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SSIS Software Specification

Healthcare Claiming - Requirements

Prepared By:

Theresa Hill

Project Manager:

Kate Stolpman

Last Updated:

November 18, 2013

Change Sheet
Revision

Description

Date

Original

Sections 1-5

11/18/04

Rev 1

Changes per Product Team review of section 1-5.

11/20/04

Rev 2

Changes to section 2.1.3 Claiming Policy and HealthCare


Systems Requirements
Made updates based on VA/DD-TCM policy review.
Added RSC Claiming

1/26/05

Rev 3

Updates based on Product Team review

2/16/05

Rev 4

Section 2 updates

9/08/06

Rev 5

Added section 8 and appendices

04/02/07

Rev 6

Added VA/DD-TCM proofing messages to section 8


Added MMIS Claim Status information to section 8
Added draft list of proofing messages for all remaining claim
categories
Added Paid Units to Claim record, screen and grids
Removed Batch Owner default from Claim Batch search

05/31/07

Rev 6

Added Waiver proofing messages to section 8

07/02/07

Rev 7

DD Waiver name changes

07/27/07

Rev 8

Split document into 3 documents as follows:


Requirements Sections 1 7
Design Section 8
Appendices

07/31/07

Rev 9

Waiver and AC:


Moved T2030 from the Non-automated Claim Category to
Waiver and AC
Added Service 118 & 618 to T2032 TF for Waiver & AC
LTCC
Added 2 Activity Types to the list of valid values
Added information on SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening

08/21/07

Rev 10

Waiver and AC:


Ended T2003 UC effective 09/30/07

09/06/07

Rev 11

Minor corrections

10/16/07

Revision

Description

Date

Rev 12

CW-TCM:
12/05/07
Removed edit for clients in a MA Funded Facility. SSIS has
requested MMIS do this edit rather than putting in SSIS
Updated TEFRA Override requirement
LTCC:
Changed valid date range to 35 days before and 35 days after
screening per policy area
Waiver & AC
Changes related to BRASS Service changes effective 01/01/08
in Waiver & AC and Non-automated sections
Minor corrections to Waiver & AC HCPCS/Modifiers and
Services
Rule 5:
Clarification to rules and claim record output
MH-TCM:
Removed references to the following HCPCS/Modifiers for
services provided by state staff. The HCPCS/Modifiers ended
12/31/2007 and MMIS is no longer tracking state staff
separately. SSIS will not submit claims with these modifiers
T2023 HE HW U4 - MH-TCM, adult, telephone by state
staff
T2023 HE HW - MH-TCM, adult, face-to-face by state staff

Rev 13

CW-TCM:
Added note that all HCPCS/Modifiers for CW-TCM have
2/29/08 end date
Rule 5:
Clarification to Living Arrangement rules
Removed MNCare Major Programs from list of valid programs
Waiver and AC:
Removed references to HCPCS/Modifiers that ended prior to
01/01/07

02/08/08

Rev 14

RSC:
Changed RSC to RSC-TCM
Added Living Arrangement 52
Non-automated:
Ended all HCPCS/Modifiers with HW modifier, effective
12/31/07

05/06/08

Rev 15

RSC:
Change the Procedure code, effective 9/1/8
CW-TCM:
Removed end date info

07/02/08

Revision

Description

Date

Rev 16

v5.2 changes:
10/13/08
Added conversion for SSIS Location "Child's residence, (PR #
08-0801-1148-22)
Change MH-TCM claim date and age calculation to actual
service date service instead of the 1st of the month (PR #080818-1444-26)
Change MH-TCM to add major programs for GAMC & MN-Care
(PR #08-0902-1237-02)

Rev 17

MH-TCM:
Removed age edit for clients in an IMD facility

12/29/08

Rev 18

V5.2b changes:
Removed procedure codes with an end date of 12/31/07 or
prior
Moved home health procedure codes from Waiver to Nonautomated
Ended HCPCS G1056, replaced by T1004

05/27/09

Rev 19

Rev 20

V5.2b - Changed description of HCPCS/Modifier S5165


Added notes to effected categories indicating major program
DM ends on 09/30/09
MH-TCM: Updated notes regarding age requirements for
SED/SPMI.
LTCC: Removed note that indicated a LTCC Screening could
not be claimed with 2 living arrangements

v5.3 changes:
Added procedure code S5165 U3 for Waiver & AC
Changed the Diagnosis Required Indicator to Yes for several
non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers (PR #09-0618-1346-30)
Added Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers 90882 HK (PR #100324-0846-51)
Updates to non-automated S9484 HCPCS/Modifiers
combination (PR #10-0223-0717-40)
Change T2001 UC to not-automated & end Service
Associations (PR #10-0421-0904-13)
Added H0001 & H0002 not automated HCPCS (PR #09-09171450-44)
2010 BRASS Service changes (PR #09-0723-0857-53)
v5.4 changes:
DD Screening: Added as a new Claim Category

05/21/09

07/13/10

Revision

Description

Date

Rev 21

v5.4 changes:
02/23/11
Update Waiver & AC "Units" information to include "Each
time" for new HCPCS/Modifiers S5116 TF (PR #10-07141452-11)
Added S5160, S5161 & S5162 to Waiver & AC (PR #10-03260945-36)
Added S5116 TF to Waiver & AC (PR #10-0330-0713-00)
Additional code description changes for DD

Rev 22

Updated Section 1 to add DD Screening claim category


11/21/11
v11.4 changes:
Require a diagnosis on all claims for the new 5010 version
of the EDI transactions (PR #11-0831-1303-10)
Proofing Message 2301 Add CADI waiver for Service
622, Activity 29 (PR #10-1122-1318-32)

Rev 23

v11.4
Added 10/01/11 end date to T1020 (PR #11-1003-083606)
v12.2

Rev 24

Removed HCPCS S5181 UC from Waiver & AC. This


HCPCS/Modifier has not ever been used and has new
requirements that prevent it from being claimed through
SSIS (PR #12-0308-1418-17)

Change references from TBI Waiver to BI Waiver (PR #120210-0956-20)

v12.1
Add Rock County to the Lincoln/Lyon/Murray (SWHHS)
region using the new multi-county tables (PR # 12-02231834-46)
v12.2
Update HCPCS/Mod descriptions for BI Waiver (PR #101223-0802-06)
V12.3
Added end date of 4/30/09 to S5110 TF (PR #12-05101002-05)

04/13/12

10/31/12

Revision
Rev 24
(cont.)

Description

v12.4
10/31/12
Removed references to Legacy Claim Date, which is no
longer needed (PR # 12-0419-0839-21)
Rule 5 Added a requirement that the provider on the
Living Arrangement must have a NPI/UMPI (PR #09-01211646-11)
Rule 5 and Waiver & AC Changes to l Living
Arrangement provider information because of database
changes for the MA Eligibility Expansion project

Rev 25

Moved HCPCS/Modifiers G0156 & T1004 from Waiver and


AC to "Not-Automated" (PR #09-0324-1552-30)
Waiver & AC HCPCS/Modifiers S5110 associations with
Activity "Family counseling (CAC)" ended 04/30/2009
Renamed Activity "Family counseling/training (BI, CAC, CADI)
now covers CAC (PR #12-0719-0840-57)

v12.4
End S0215 UC Transportation, mileage (commercial),
effective 12/31/12 and rename S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage (non-commercial) to
Transportation, mileage (PR # 12-1119-1002-32)
Removed references to HCPCS/Modifiers that ended prior
to 01/01/2011
v13.2

Rev 26

Date

05/03/13

Major Program EH is no longer valid for CW-TCM, effective


01/01/12 (PR # 13-0219-1500-49)
Major Program EH is no longer valid for MH-TCM, effective
01/01/12 (PR #13-0214-1306-52)
Removed Major Programs EH and IM from RSC-TCM (PR
#13-0219-1403-29)
Removed Major Programs EH and LL from VA/DD-TCM (PR
#13-0219-1353-43)
End S5135 U9 (Behavioral Programming by Aide),
effective 04/30/13 (PR #12-0514-1412-10)

v13.3
End S5116 and S5116 TF, effective 6/30/13 and add
S5115 and S5115 TF, effective 7/1/13 (PR #13-07011110-06)

08/19/13

Revision
Rev 27

Description

Date

v13.4
11/18/13
DD and LTC Screenings are no longer claimable if the
screening date is on or after 10/01/13 (PR# 13-05231521-05)
End E1399, effective 5/31/13. Add 3 new codes; E1399
NU, E1399 RR and E1399 RB, not-automated claim
category, effective 6/1/13 (PR #13-0729-1311-12)
Add T2011 - PASRR Level II Screening, effective 9/1/12 to
the not automated claim category (PR #13-0520-150346)
Delete X5574 & X5584, which have never been used n
SSIS (PR #13-0909-1545-02)
BRASS code description changes for 2014-15, (PR #130729-1430-57)
Waiver Provider Standards add end dates to many
waiver codes that were billable for payments, change
several descriptions and add one new code for staff time
(PR #13-0925-1547-58)

Table of Contents
SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION ......................................................................... 1
1.0

Introduction ......................................................................................... 1

1.1

System Requirements Statement ............................................................ 1

1.2

Overview ............................................................................................. 2

1.3

Project Objectives ................................................................................. 4

1.4

Impact Statement ................................................................................. 4

SECTION TWO: FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................... 5


2.0

Introduction ......................................................................................... 5

2.1

Requirements ....................................................................................... 5

2.1.1

Federal HIPAA Requirements .......................................................... 5

2.1.2

County Requirements .................................................................... 6

2.1.3

Claiming Policy and HealthCare Systems Requirements ..................... 7

2.1.3.1

Claiming Terms ....................................................................... 11

2.1.3.2

Diagnosis Codes ...................................................................... 13

2.1.3.2.1

Screening Diagnosis Codes .................................................. 13

2.1.3.2.2

SSIS Diagnosis Codes ......................................................... 15

2.1.3.3

SSIS "Location Conversion to MMIS Place of Service ................ 16

2.1.3.4

MMIS "Waiver Type Translation to SSIS Claim Detail" ................ 17

2.1.4

CW-TCM Claiming ....................................................................... 18

2.1.5

DD Screening Claiming ................................................................ 23

2.1.6

LTCC Claiming ............................................................................ 26

2.1.7

Mental Health Rule 5 Claiming ...................................................... 30

2.1.8

MH-TCM Claiming ....................................................................... 33

2.1.9

RSC-TCM Claiming ...................................................................... 37

2.1.10

VA/DD-TCM Claiming .................................................................. 42

2.1.11

Waiver and AC Claiming .............................................................. 45

2.1.11.1 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers ............................................... 53


2.1.11.2 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by
HCPCS/Modifiers ...................................................................... 58
2.1.11.3 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service and
Activity ................................................................................... 62
2.1.11.4 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by
HCPCS/Modifiers ...................................................................... 67
2.1.11.5 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service
............................................................................................. 77
2.1.12

Non-automated Claim Category .................................................... 86

2.1.12.1 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers ............................................... 86


2.1.12.2 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by
HCPCS/Modifiers ...................................................................... 89
2.1.12.3 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service and
Activity ................................................................................... 92

2.1.12.4 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers ...................................................................... 96
2.1.12.5 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service
........................................................................................... 101
2.2

Use Cases ........................................................................................ 105

2.2.1

Create and Submit Claims.......................................................... 106

2.2.2

Resubmit a Claim...................................................................... 108

2.2.3

Search for Claims ..................................................................... 109

2.2.4

Track Claims ............................................................................ 110

2.3

File Input/Output .............................................................................. 111

2.4

Reports ............................................................................................ 111

2.5

Security ........................................................................................... 111

SECTION THREE: NON-FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ....................................... 113


3.0

Introduction ..................................................................................... 113

3.1

Performance ..................................................................................... 113

3.2

Reliability ......................................................................................... 113

3.3

Availability ....................................................................................... 113

3.4

Reuse .............................................................................................. 114

3.5

Industry Standards ........................................................................... 114

SECTION FOUR: EXCEPTION CONDITIONS AND ERROR HANDLING .................... 115


4.0

Introduction ..................................................................................... 115

4.1

Data Exchange Incomplete/Incorrect Data ........................................... 115

4.2

File Read/Write ................................................................................. 115

4.3

Network ........................................................................................... 115

4.4

Data Exchange Errors ........................................................................ 115

4.5

Incorrect Data .................................................................................. 115

SECTION FIVE: SUPPORTABILITY AND USABILITY ............................................ 117


5.0

Introduction ..................................................................................... 117

5.1

Installability ..................................................................................... 117

SECTION SIX: DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENTS ....................... 119


6.0

Introduction ..................................................................................... 119

SECTION SEVEN: SYSTEM INTERFACES .......................................................... 121


7.0

Introduction ..................................................................................... 121

RELATED DOCUMENTS .................................................................................. 123


GLOSSARY .................................................................................................. 125

SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION


1.0

Introduction

This document is the Software Specification for Healthcare Claiming. It describes the
functional requirements and design of Healthcare Claiming.
Section One provides a project overview, Sections Two through Five describe
requirements, Sections Six through Eight describe design.

1.1

System Requirements Statement

HIPAA standards and regulations require healthcare claims to be submitted using


standard EDI transactions and file encryption. Each category of claim, such as
VA/DD-TCM has a unique set of business rules, which the DHS policy group for the
individual claim category defines. HealthCare Systems defines specific requirements
and formats for data items submitted on the claims. Counties require the ability to
automate the generation of healthcare claims based on Time records, Payments,
Eligibility, and Client information that exists in the SSIS system. In addition,
counties require proofing reports before they submit claims and reports showing
submitted claims.
Figure 1-1 depicts the generic business process for all healthcare claims. The inputs
may vary depending on the requirements for the category of claim. For example,
VA/DD-TCM claims only use Time records, not Payments, Rule 5 only uses Payments,
and Waiver claims can use both.

Supplemental
Eligibility Info

<< Input >>

<< Input >>

Claims
Creator

County Ready
To Claim

County
HCPCS/Modifiers
Rates for Staff
Provided Services

Extracted MMIS
Eligibility Info

<< Input >>

<<Input>>

<<goal>>

Claim Batch

<<SSIS Fiscal process>>


Claims Processing
<<input>>

Get reimbursements
for staff provided and
purchased services

<<output>>

<<input>> <<input>>

<<output>>

Proofing Reports

<<output>>

Client Info

Staff Info

Staff Activity
Time Records

Payments

Claim Reports

Figure 1-1 Healthcare Claiming Business Process

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1.2

Overview

The purpose of the Healthcare Claiming module is to provide a means to validate and
correct potential claims, create claims batches, submit the claims to the countys
MN-ITS mailbox, and process responses from MMIS.
SSIS will use a phased approach to implement the different claim categories as well
as some of the available functionality. Following is a list of the claim categories to be
included in the order of implementation.
1) RSC-TCM (Relocation Services Coordination, Targeted Case Management)
2) VA/DD-TCM (Vulnerable Adult/Developmentally Disabled, Targeted Case
Management)
3) Waiver and AC Services, which includes the following:
a) Community Alternative Care (CAC)
b) Community Alternative Care for Disabled Individuals (CADI)
c) Elderly Waiver (EW)
d) Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver
e) Brain Injury (BI)
f)

Alternative Care (AC)


AC is not a waiver, but follows the same rules as the
waiver services and is claimed with waiver services.

4) CW-TCM (Child Welfare, Targeted Case Management)


5) LTCC Screening (Long Term Care Consultation Screening)
6) MH-TCM (Mental Health, Targeted Case Management)
7) Rule 5 (a child residential treatment center for children with severe emotional
disturbances)
8) DD Screening (Developmental Disabilities Screening)
The first phase of this document addresses RSC-TCM claiming. This phase includes
the proofing and error reports, claims processing and submission, claims search and
claim reports for RSC-TCM. Future phases will include additional claim categories,
voiding and resubmitting claims, processing of the Remittance Advice EDI
transaction from MN-ITS, and processing a claim status file from MMIS and
additional claim reports.
The system sends claim batches to the countys MN-ITS mailbox using HIPAA
compliant EDI transactions and secure FTP. For each claim received, MN-ITS will
send an EDI acknowledgement response, which will be processed by SSIS.
Figure 1-2, Healthcare Claiming Deployment Diagram, on the following page
depicts the interfaces between SSIS and MMIS/MN-ITS. See SSIS/MMIS Data
Interchange Specification for details on the exchange of information between SSIS
and MMIS.

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Figure 1-2 Healthcare Claiming Deployment Diagram

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1.3

Project Objectives

The primary objectives of the Healthcare Claiming module are:


1. Automate the Healthcare claiming process in SSIS, in compliance with HIPAA
requirements, DHS policy for healthcare claims and HealthCare Systems
requirements
2. Automate the generation and submission of claims
3. Simplify the submission of void claims and resubmitted claims
4. Automate the claims reconciliation process

1.4

Impact Statement

The Healthcare Claiming module impacts and is impacted by several modules,


including Time records, Service Arrangements, Payments, Supplemental Eligibility,
MMIS Eligibility and Programs & Services, and SSIS Admin. Appendix D and E
contain the documentation of the changes required for impacted modules.

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SECTION TWO: FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS


2.0

Introduction

This Section describes the functional requirements for the Healthcare Claiming
software.

2.1

Requirements

The sources of the requirements for the Healthcare Claiming application are Federal
HIPAA standards and regulations, HealthCare policy group for each claim category,
and county financial workers.

2.1.1

Federal HIPAA Requirements

The system must conform to HIPAA standards and regulations, which include the
following:

Requirement
1. Healthcare claims submitted electronically to MMIS must conform to the ANSI
X.12 standards for healthcare claims.
2. Electronic remittance advice (notification of Payment or rejection of claims) from
MMIS must be in the format specified by ANSI X12 for remittance advice.
3. HCPCS/CPT codes specified by HIPAA data standards must be used (local HCPCS
codes will not be supported).
4. HIPAA proposed security standards require the encryption of electronic
transmissions containing data about healthcare services provided to clients.
HIPAA does not dictate a particular encryption algorithm.
5. Provide the ability to enter a healthcare vendor's National Provider Identifier and
use this to identify the provider in a claim.
Table 2-1: Federal HIPAA Requirements

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2.1.2

County Requirements

The following requirements apply to the county business needs that require an
electronic claims submission process.

Requirement
1. Provide the ability to create healthcare claims from Time records and Payments
to vendors.
2. Provide the ability to record third party insurance Payments and reason (denial)
codes for claims.
Note: This requirement was not implemented due to the small number of claims
submitted by counties with third party insurance and the significant amount of
additional design, programming and testing that would be required.
3. Provide the ability to display proposed/potential healthcare claims on screen.
4. Provide the ability to display submitted healthcare claims on screen.
5. Provide the ability to customize the display of proposed and submitted claims,
including sorting and filtering options. This allows the user to display the
information by such things as Client or Service.
6. Provide a pre-edit process for potential healthcare claims and display errors and
inconsistencies on-screen.
7. Provide access to screens where users can correct or edit the data for potential
healthcare claims.
8. Provide the ability to mark a Time record, or Payment as Do Not Claim to
prevent a claim from being generated for that record.
9. Allow all on-screen reports to be printed.
10. Provide the ability to change information from a rejected claim.
11. Create a new claim when a user changes the data from a rejected claim.
(Referred to as a resubmission)
12. Provide the ability to change information from a paid claim (fully or partially
paid) in order to create a replacement claim (examples are included Time
Payment records, Supplemental Eligibility or Worker Qualifications).
Note: SSIS decided to create Void claims and allow users to resubmit a claim
rather than creating replacement claims.
13. Create a replacement claim when a user changes the data from a paid claim
(fully or partially paid).
Note: SSIS decided to create Void claims and allow users to resubmit a claim
rather than creating replacement claims.
14. Provide an interface with the healthcare claiming system (MMIS/MN-ITS) to
support electronic submission of claims.
15. Provide an interface with MMIS/MN-ITS to import claim status and remittance
advice information from MMIS/MN-ITS into SSIS.
Table 2-2: County Claiming Requirements

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2.1.3

Claiming Policy and HealthCare Systems


Requirements

The DHS policy group for the individual claim categories determines the specific
billing rules for each claim category. The source of the requirements can be
bulletins, provider manuals, memos, and e-mails. In addition, HealthCare Systems
define requirements regarding the format of data contained on claims.
Below are the general requirements that apply to all claims, followed by general
requirements for each claim category. Detailed information about the
implementation of these requirements is included in Section 8.
In addition, HealthCare Systems has developed a cross-walk defining their expected
use of the 837 Claim Transaction, and the 835 Remittance Advice Transaction.
Detailed information about the implementation of these requirements is included in
Section 8 and the appendices.

MMIS Claiming Requirements


General
Counties must file all claims within one year of the date of service. MMIS will deny
claims with service dates that are more than one year old.
Time records and Payments can only be paid by MMIS once. That is, counties cannot
submit a claim for services provided under more than one claim category, or more
than one HCPCS. If a claim for Time record or Payment is denied, the information in
SSIS and/or MMIS can be corrected, and the claim can be resubmitted under the
same claim category and HCPCS, or using a different claim category and HCPCS,
which is determined by the changes that are made.
SSIS uses cross reference tables from the claims table to Payments and Time
records for the records that are included on a claim. These records are created when
a claim is generated and are looked at when subsequent claims are generated to
exclude those that have been claimed. In addition, for LTCC and DD Screenings, a
cross reference to the screening document used on a claim prevents duplicate claims
for a screening.
Required Client Information
Client Name
Client Address (If client does not have an address, use the county address)
SSIS checks for a physical address, then a mailing address. If neither exists, SSIS
uses the county address. The address records must be in effect when the claim is
generated.
Gender
PMI # (Recipient ID)
Actual Date of Birth
If the client has an estimated date of birth, no claims are generated for that client.
For all age calculations, if a client has a leap year birthday

Advance age on 2/29 in leap years

Advance age on 3/1 in non-leap years

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MMIS Claiming Requirements


Place of Service Code
Every claim must have a Place of Service code.
The SSIS Location code is converted to a MMIS Place of Service code. The
conversion table can be found in Section 2.1.3.3, SSIS "Location Conversion to
MMIS Place of Service on page 16.
In SSIS, all Payments with a HCPCS/Modifier must have a Location.
Time records with one of the following activities require a Location:

Client contact

Collateral contact

15

CW-TCM eligible contact 60+ mi from cnty. border

On Time records with any other activity, the Location is optional.


When Payments and/or Time records are combined into one claim the SSIS Location
on the first record selected is used, all others are ignored.
Units / Claim Amount
The number of Units must be a whole number (no partial units are allowed).
The number of Units must be greater than zero.
Claim Amount must be greater than zero.
Payments
The Amount and Units on the Payment(s), after adjustment for Payment
Modifications, must be greater than zero.
The Payment Status must be Paid; it cannot be in a pending status.
Payment Requests with the following Payment Statuses are excluded from claiming:
Draft, Pending Approval, Approved, Submitted, Suspended, Denied
The Payment Status on Posted Payments and Payment Modifications is always Paid.
The Payment cannot already have been claimed (with the exception of Void Claims
and Resubmissions).
This is determined by:

The Payment has a cross reference to a claim record in SSIS.

Negative claims cannot be submitted. Payment Modifications (partial Refunds and


Recoveries) must be claimed with the original Payment. The net amount and units
are submitted on the claim. If the original Payment has already been claimed, it
must be voided by the county claims worker and resubmitted to include the
Refund/Recovery.
Cancellations, Adjustment Reversals and full Refunds and Recoveries are not claimed
because the Payment nets to zero. If the original Payment has already been
claimed, it must be voided by the county claims worker.
The Payments Service Start Date and Service End Date must be completely within
the dates of one Living Arrangement record. If not, the Payment is not claimed and
is included on the proofing reports. The county must split the Payment into multiple
records using the standard process for creating Payment Modifications. The county
can also correct the service dates using the same process.

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MMIS Claiming Requirements


Counties set up as a region in SSIS (Faribault/Martin and SWHHS) only:
Each county in the region submits separate claim batches. Payments are only
included on claims in a batch if Paying County is the Claiming County on the batch.
Paying County is selected by the user when the Payment is created.
The policy areas and bulletins define which Payments are eligible for each claim
category.
Staff Activity Time records
Time recorded must be greater than zero.
The Time record cannot already have been claimed (with the exception of Void
Claims and Resubmissions). If the Time record has been claimed, a cross reference
record will exist for the Time record and associated Claim in SSIS.
Counties set up as a region in SSIS (Faribault/Martin and SWHHS) only:
Each county in the region submits separate claim batches. Time records are only
included on claims in a batch if County of Service is the Claiming County on the
batch.
The system sets the County of Service to the Workgroups County of Service when
the Time record is created.
The policy areas and bulletins define which Time records are eligible for each claim
category.
Staff Worker Claiming Requirements
Staff eligibility requirements for each claim category are defined by policy/bulletins.
Staff claiming eligibility is determined by the county based on these requirements.
SSIS requires the county to record which staff are eligible to claim for each claim
category and the effective dates of eligibility. County staff creates Staff Claim
Qualifications for each user in the SSIS Administration application.
To claim a Time record, the Worker on the Time record must have Staff Claim
Qualifications for the claim category for the date on the Time record.
The requirements sections for the individual claim categories may include additional
edits regarding staff requirements, such as state staff vs. county staff.
HCPCS/Modifier Information
The term HCPCS/Modifiers is used in SSIS and throughout this document, to refer
to a valid procedure code, or HCPCS, with 0 to 4 Modifiers. Some HCPCS do not
have any Modifiers, others have one, two, three, or four Modifiers.
SSIS maintains tables of valid HCPCS and Modifiers along with the effective dates, a
description of each HCPCS/Modifiers combination and the unit type.
Each claim must have a HCPCS/Modifier, which must be valid on the date of
service.

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MMIS Claiming Requirements


HCPCS/Modifiers Rate Information
For claims based on Time records, SSIS calculates the countys cost of providing a
service using HCPCS/Modifiers Staff-provided Rates stored in SSIS. Claims based on
Payments use the actual rate and amount paid to the vendor.
DHS determines the maximum rate that MMIS will pay for some services. The rate
may be set per county, as in the case of targeted case management services, or may
be a maximum for all counties. DHS provides a reference file for other services.
The rate the county records on the HCPCS/Modifiers Rate table should be the
countys actual cost for providing the services. MMIS may reduce the amount to pay
according to their maximums.
SSIS requires the county to enter a rate and effective dates for each HCPCS/Modifier
for claims based on Time records.

The county Staff Provided Rate for the HCPCS/Modifiers must be greater than
zero.

The county Staff Provided Rate for the HCPCS/Modifiers must be effective on the
Service Dates.

Counties can enter a waiver type in the Claim Detail field of the Staff Provided Rate
record. If this field has a value, it must match the clients waiver type.
Supplemental Eligibility
Most claim categories require entry of some eligibility and/or miscellaneous
information in SSIS. This information is in addition to the clients eligibility
information in MMIS.
Supplemental Eligibility requirements for each claim category are derived from
policy/bulletins.
Counties have the option to set a Do Not Claim indicator for a client for a particular
claim category during a date range. SSIS excludes records for these clients during
the claiming process.
MMIS Recipient Information
Each county receives a nightly update from the data warehouse containing Recipient
Eligibility spans, Service Agreements, DD Screenings, and LTC Screenings for clients
cleared to that county. The data warehouse receives updates from MMIS nightly.
The recipient eligibility spans contain information about the major program, eligibility
type, and waiver type for which the client is eligible. Each claim category uses
specific information from recipient information in the SSIS claim edits to minimize
the number of claims that MMIS rejects.
Table 2-3: Claiming Requirements

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2.1.3.1

Claiming Terms

Following is a list of terms used in defining the requirements for individual claim
categories. The remainder of this document denotes these terms with a bold, italic
font (e.g. MA Funded Facility).

Claiming Terms
Billable Contact
Date

Billable
Diagnosis Code

MA Funded
Facility

The Date on the Time record that triggered the claim, which is
one of the following:

The date of the earliest valid face-to-face contact for the


month

Or the date of the earliest valid phone contact for the


month if no face-to-face contacts exist for the month

An ICD-9 diagnosis code that MMIS will accept on a claim.


MMIS maintains a table of valid diagnosis codes, which identifies
the diagnoses that can be included on a claim. SSIS has a similar
table and receives updates from MMIS as changes are made.
Some claim categories have edits that apply only when the client
is in a MA Funded Facility.
The following Living Arrangements from MMIS indicate MA funded
facilities (DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.LIVE_ARR_CD).

Screening
Diagnosis Code

41

Nursing Facility I - Medicare certified

42

Nursing Facility II - Non-Medicare certified

43

ICF/DD - Public or private

44

NF I - Short term stay <30 days

45

NF II - Short term stay <30 days

46

ICF/DD - Short term stay <30 days

48

Medical hospital >30 days

53

Private psychiatric inpatient hospital IMD

58

RTC - CD psychiatric inpatient hospital - IMD

Indicates the diagnosis code for a claim comes from a DD


Screening or a LTC Screening as defined in section 2.1.3.2.1,
Screening Diagnosis Codes on page 13.
Screening Diagnosis Codes are received from MMIS on DD
Screenings and LTC Screenings.

Service Dates

Service Date on a Time record is the Date on the Time record


(TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT).
Service Dates on a Payment are the Service Start Date
(PAYMENT.PYMT_SVC_START_DT) through the Service End
Date (PAYMENT.PYMT_SVC_END_DT).

SSIS Diagnosis
Code

Indicates the diagnoses for a claim come from SSIS values as


defined in section 2.1.3.2.2, SSIS Diagnosis Codes on page 15.
SSIS Diagnosis Codes are entered for a client by a worker in
SSIS, not received from MMIS.

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Claiming Terms
Waiver/AC
Recipient

Some claim categories exclude clients who are Waiver or AC


recipients.
The following conditions must be met for a client to be considered
a Waiver Recipient:
1. Client has a Waiver span
2. The Service Dates are within the Waiver Start Date
(DI_ELIG_WAIVER.WAIVER_START_DT) and the Waiver End
Date (DI_ELIG_WAIVER.WAIVER_THRU_DT).
AC clients are also excluded from these claim categories based on
the list of valid Major Programs for those categories, which does
not include AC.
Table 2-4: Claiming Terms

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2.1.3.2

Diagnosis Codes

A diagnosis code is required on all claims. MMIS requires only one diagnosis code.
The EDI claim transaction allows up to four diagnosis codes, SSIS sends only one.
A diagnosis code can come from a DD Screening, a LTC Screening, from values
entered in SSIS, or from a generic default defined by the policy area. The source of
the diagnosis code is dependent on the claim category. The following table defines
the source for each claim category and indicates the default if one is used.
Claim
Category

Source, in order of
precedence

Default if no Billable
Diagnosis Code

CW-TCM

N/A

V68.9

DD
Screening

Screening Document

None

LTCC

Screening Document

SSIS Diagnosis Code


None

SSIS Diagnosis Code


MH-TCM

SSIS Diagnosis Code

None

RSC-TCM

Screening Document

V68.9

SSIS Diagnosis Code


Rule 5

SSIS Diagnosis Code

None

VA/DD-TCM

Screening Document

V68.9

SSIS Diagnosis Code


Waiver and
AC

Screening Document

None

SSIS Diagnosis Code

Table 2-5: Claim Categories Requiring a Diagnosis Code


In the table above, when both Screening Document and SSIS Diagnosis Code
appear for a claim category, the system first checks for a Screening Document with a
Billable Diagnosis Code. If the Screening Document does not have a Billable
Diagnosis Code, the system checks for a SSIS Diagnosis Code.
The following subsections describe how the system selects diagnosis codes from a
screening document and from SSIS values.

2.1.3.2.1

Screening Diagnosis Codes

This section describes the criteria for selecting a diagnosis code from a screening
document.
A client may have a DD Screening, a LTC Screening, both types of screenings, or
may not have either. The diagnosis codes on the screening can be used for a claim
even if the effective date of the screening is after the service dates on the claim. If a
client has both a DD Screening and a LTC Screening with the same effective date,
the DD Screening has precedence.
All Approved screening documents have at least one diagnosis code. A DD
Screening can have up to four diagnoses; an LTC Screening can have up to two. It is
possible for a screening document to have a diagnosis code that is no longer billable
or is no longer effective.
The system checks all of the available diagnosis codes to find a Billable Diagnosis
Code. The most recent screening is always checked first.

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Following are the steps used to select a Billable Diagnosis Code from a screening
document. Once a Billable Diagnosis Code is found, all other diagnoses are
ignored.
1. Get the most recent screening:
a. Select the screening with the most recent effective date and with an
Approved Screening Status as defined below.
DD Screenings

Table Name: DI_ELIG_DD_SCRNG

Display Label

Field Name

Comments

Screening Status PA_SCRNG_STATUS_CD

Must be A (Approved)

Action Date

The screenings effective date.

ACTION_DT

Table 2-6: Valid DD Screenings


LTC Screenings

Table Name: DI_ELIG_LTC_SCRNG

Display Label

Field Name

Comments

Screening Status PA_SCRNG_STATUS_CD

Must be A (Approved)

Activity Type
Date

The screenings effective date.

SCRNG_ACT_TYPE_DT

Table 2-7: Valid LTC Screenings


b. If the client has both a DD Screening and an LTC Screening with the same
effective date, the system first checks the DD Screenings diagnosis code for a
Billable Diagnosis Code and only checks the LTC Screenings diagnosis code
if the DD Screening does not have a Billable Diagnosis Code.
2. Get the first Billable Diagnosis Code:
a. Compare the diagnosis codes, in the order they appear on the screening, with
the SSIS Diagnosis Code Master table. A diagnosis code must be a Billable
Diagnosis Code on the First Service Date and the Last Service Date of the
claim. The diagnosis code is billable if it meets the following conditions:
Table Name: DIAGNOSIS_CODE
Field Name

Comments

DIAG_TYPE_CD

Must be 2 (ICD-9-CM)

DIAG_CD_START_DT

Must be <= First Service Date on the claim

DIAG_CD_END_DT

Must be blank or >= Last Service Date on the


claim

NONSPECIFIC_IND

Must be N

Table 2-8: Billable Diagnosis Codes


b. If the diagnosis code is billable, the process is complete. If not, the system
continues checking each diagnosis code on all available DD and LTC Screening
documents until a Billable Diagnosis Code is found. If the client has both a
DD Screening and a LTC Screening on the same date, and no Billable
Diagnosis Code is found on the DD Screening, the diagnosis codes on the
LTC Screening are checked.

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2.1.3.2.2

SSIS Diagnosis Codes

This section describes the criteria for selecting a diagnosis code to include on a claim
for claim categories that use SSIS entries as the source of diagnosis codes.
SSIS allows each client to have no more than one primary diagnosis code, though
the user is not required to designate a primary diagnosis. A primary diagnosis
takes precedence over other diagnoses.
Users can optionally specify effective dates for a clients diagnoses. A client can
have any number of diagnoses in effect at any given time. The SSIS Diagnosis does
not need to be effective on the Service Dates on the Claim.
The system uses the following selection criteria for SSIS Diagnoses.
1. SSIS Diagnoses must be a Billable Diagnosis Code during the Service Dates on
the Claim.
Note: If the code is a DSM-IV code (DIAGNOSIS_CODE.DIAG_TYPE_CD = 3),
the ICD-9 version of the same code is used to determine if the code is billable.
Table Name: DIAGNOSIS_CODE
Field Name

Comments

DIAG_TYPE_CD

Must be 2 (ICD-9-CM)

DIAG_CD_START_DT

Must be <= First Service Date on the claim

DIAG_CD_END_DT

Must be blank or >= Last Service Date on the


claim

NONSPECIFIC_IND

Must be N

Table 2-9: Billable Diagnosis Codes


2. For MH-TCM and Rule-5 claims, the diagnoses must be in the following range:
DIAGNOSIS_CODE >= 290.0 and <=302.99 or >= 306.0 and <=316.0
3. If the Primary Diagnosis is billable, that code is used on the claim.
Primary Diagnosis:

PERSON_DIAG.PRIMARY_DIAG_IND = Y

4. If the client does not have a Primary Diagnosis or it is not billable, all other
diagnoses codes are checked as follows:
a) The system selects all billable SSIS Diagnoses.
b) The diagnosis codes are sorted in descending order by
PERSON_DIAG.PERSON_DIAG_ID to get the most recent entries.
c) The system uses the first Billable Diagnosis Code on the claim.

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2.1.3.3

SSIS "Location Conversion to MMIS Place of


Service

Each claim requires a Place of Service. The SSIS Location is converted to a MMIS
Place of Service for Time records and Payments as defined in the table below.
SSIS Location Code

MMIS Place of Service Code

Nursing facility

32

Nursing facility

Field/home

12

Home

Office

99

Other unlisted facility

School

03

School

Law enforcement

99

Other Unlisted Facility

Board and care facility

33

Custodial Care Facility

Other

99

Other Unlisted Facility

Residential treatment facility

99

Other Unlisted Facility

Clinic

11

Office

Inpatient Hospital

21

Inpatient Hospital

Outpatient Hospital

22

Outpatient Hospital

Child's residence

12

Home

99

Other Unlisted Facility

Blank Can occur only on Time records

Table 2-10: SSIS "Location Conversion to MMIS Place of Service

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2.1.3.4

MMIS "Waiver Type Translation to SSIS Claim


Detail"

The 'Claim Detail' field is used for Waiver & AC to store the Waiver Type or the 'AC'
Program type. When applicable, the MMIS Waiver Type is converted to the more
generic SSIS waiver type.
Staff-provided Rates for a HCPCS/Modifier can vary based on the waiver type. The
user can enter a Claim Detail code on the rate, which can be AC or a Waiver. If the
Claim Detail field contains a value, it must match the client's waiver type when
selecting a rate to use on a claim.
The table below lists the translations of the 'Waiver Type' to the SSIS 'Claim Detail'.
Except where noted, translation is based on the client's waiver type
(DI_ELIG_WAIVER.WAIVER_TYPE_CD)
MMIS Waiver Type

SSIS 'Claim Detail'


(CLAIM_CAT_DETAIL_CD)

LTC - CADI Conversion

CADI

LTC - CADI Diversion

CADI

LTC - CAC Conversion

CAC

LTC - CAC Diversion

CAC

LTC - EW Conversion

EW

LTC - EW Diversion

EW

LTC - BI NF Conversion

BI

LTC - BI NF Diversion

BI

LTC - BI Hosp Conversion

BI

LTC - BI Hosp Diversion

BI

DD - DD Conversion

DD

DD - DD Diversion

DD

AC

Major Program = 'AC'


(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD = 'AC')

Table 2-11: MMIS "Waiver Type Translation to SSIS Claim Detail"

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2.1.4

CW-TCM Claiming

The table below summarizes the requirements for CW-TCM claiming.

CW-TCM Claiming
Child Welfare Targeted Case Management (CW-TCM) claiming is done for Time records
meeting the CW-TCM criteria for eligible clients.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
Services

104

Child protection investigation

107

Child welfare assessment

108

Family assessment response

109

Concurrent planning assessment

192

Family assessment case management

193

General case management

492

Child general case management

592

Child (<21) DD non-waiver case management

Client contact

Collateral contact

15 CW-TCM eligible contact 60+ mi from cnty. border

Contact Status

Completed

Contact Method

Face to face

Phone

Activities

Phone is only valid if Activity is 15 (CW-TCM eligible


contact 60+ mi from cnty border)
Supplemental Eligibility
Client must have a CW-TCM Supplemental Eligibility record in effect on the Billable
Contact Date as indicated by the following:

The Billable Contact Date must be between the CW-TCM Effective Start Date
and End Date
TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT between ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_START_DT
and ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_END_DT
or (TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT >= ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_START_DT
and ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_END_DT IS NULL)

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CW-TCM Claiming
If the Billable Contact Date is more than 1 year after the CW-TCM Effective Start
Date", an associated Annual Review record must exist and the Billable Contact Date
must be within 1 year of the Annual Review Date
If TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT >= ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_START_DT + 1 year
Record exists where TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT >=
ELIG_CWTCM_REVIEW.CWTCM_REVIEW_DT and <
(ELIG_CWTCM_REVIEW.CWTCM_REVIEW_DT + 1 year)
Example:
CW-TCM Start Date

3/15/06

Time records on 3/15/07 and after require an Annual Review


Annual Review

5/1/07

Time records between 3/15/07 and 4/30/07 cannot be claimed


MMIS Recipient Information
Client must be MA Eligible or MNCare Eligible on the Billable Contact Date as indicated
by the following:
1. Major Program (DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD) must be one of the
following:
MA Eligible

DM

MA Federally Paid Medical Assistance

Demonstration to Maintain Indep. & Employment (DMIE)

The following is no longer valid effective 01/01/12 (PR #13-0219-1500-49)

EH

Federally-Paid Emergency Medicaid

MNCare Eligible

LL

MinnesotaCare Citizen Kids/PWS

2. Eligibility Status must be Active or Closed


(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C)
3. The Billable Contact Date is within the Eligibility Start Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT) and the Eligibility End Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT).
Client
Client Age calculation:
Client Age is determined as of the first day of the month in which the service was
provided.
Client Age must be < 21
Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
The default diagnosis code V68.9 (ADMINISTRTVE ENCOUNT NOS) is used on all CWTCM claims.

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CW-TCM Claiming
Additional Rules
Maximum of one CW-TCM claim can be submitted for a given month per client.
All eligible Time records in a month are linked to the claim.
A separate claim is created for each CW-TCM eligible client listed in the Regarding section
of the Time record.
For a month in which both Phone and Face-to-face contacts occur, the Face-to-face
contact is claimed even though it may occur after the Phone contact.
A telephone claim is created for a month in which only Phone contacts occur.
A 'Face-to-face' contact must occur at least once every 3 month. There can be no more
than two consecutive monthly Phone claims. If a Face-to-face Claim does not exist in
one of the previous two months, the Phone contact is not claimed. (This edit ignores
'Face-to-face' Claims that are 'Denied' or 'To be denied'.)
The Contact Method of the first claimable contact must be Face to face.
If a TEFRA Eligibility record exists any time during the month of service, the current CWTCM Supplemental Eligibility record must have a TEFRA Override in effect for the month
of service:

Check for TEFRA Eligibility during the month of service:


This edit is implemented by using the first of the month for the TEFRA Eligibility
Start Date and the last day of the month for the TEFRA Eligibility End Date:
record exists where
DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_TYPE_CD in ('BT', 'DT')
and DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C
and (TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT
between trunc(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT, 'MONTH')
and last_day(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT)
or (TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT
>= trunc(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT, 'MONTH')
and DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT is null ) )
Below is an example:
Activity Date
8/23/07
TEFRA Eligibility 10/04/05 8/16/07
Translated to 10/1/05 8/31/07
The 8/23/07 Activity Date is between the 10/1/05 8/31/07 TEFRA dates

Check for TEFRA Override on the current CW-TCM Supplement Eligibility record:
(TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT between ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_START_DT
and ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_END_DT
or TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT >= ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_START_DT
and ELIG_CWTCM.DET_FACT_END_DT IS NULL) )
and (TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT between
ELIG_CWTCM.TEFRA_OVER_START_DT and
ELIG_CWTCM.TEFRA_OVER_END_DT
or (TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT >=
ELIG_CWTCM.TEFRA_OVER_START_DT and
ELIG_CWTCM.TEFRA_OVER_END_DT is null ) )

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CW-TCM Claiming
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

If Contact Method = Face to face:


T2023 U3

CW-TCM, face-to-face

If Contact Method = Phone:


T2023 U3 U4

CW-TCM, telephone

Units

Amount

Staff-provided Rate for HCPCS/Modifiers

First Service Date

Billable Contact Date

Last Service Date

Billable Contact Date

Diagnosis Codes

V68.9

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
Using the CW-TCM Supplemental Eligibility screen, the worker must record the basis for
providing CW-TCM (child is at risk of or is experiencing child maltreatment, placement, or
is in need of child protection or services).
The worker must record the date and type of service plan that specifies CW-TCM related
services.
When reviewing the continuing need for CW-TCM services, the worker must record the
type of plan and plan date that specifies the continued CW-TCM services.
Worker Eligibility
To trigger a claim, the worker on the Time record must be qualified to claim CW-TCM as
defined in statute. The county must create a CW-TCM Staff Qualification record for each
worker qualified to claim CW-TCM.
County Practice
Worker must ensure that the role of each relevant collateral is documented in the case
record.
If the service plan used to establish CW-TCM eligibility is for the entire family, the worker
must ensure that it specifically identifies the services to be provided to each child who
will receive CW-TCM.

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CW-TCM Claiming
Contacts must be documented in the case record, either electronically or written, and
must be easily identifiable in an audit.
The following must be included in the documentation:

Location of contact (e.g. home, office, school)

Type of contact (face-to-face, telephone)

Identification of the client

Name of contact

Kind of service provided (BRASS Service)

Date of contact

In addition, a description of the service provided must be documented in the case record.
Claims for clients in a MA Funded Facility are limited to one claim in the last 30 days in
the facility. The 30 day allowed claims period starts over each time a client is admitted
to a MA Funded Facility. A maximum of 2 CW-TCM claims for a client in a MA Funded
Facility is allowed in a calendar year.
Notes
A CW-TCM telephone contact is only claimable for MN recipients placed outside the
county of financial responsibility in an excluded time facility or through the Interstate
compact and the placement is more than 60 miles beyond the county boundary.
CW-TCM may be provided concurrently with an investigation of child maltreatment.
CW TCM expenses are included as a part of a persons spenddown for MA eligibility.
Place of Service is converted from the SSIS Location. This is a change from the CSIS
processing per CW-TCM policy group
References
DHS Instructional Bulletin # 93-16L August 31, 1993, Child Welfare Targeted Case
Management
MHCP Provider Manual, Chapter 30, CW-TCM
CW-TCM Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS CW-TCM claim processing, written by Jack
Kinzer and Mary Klinghagen.
Table 2-12: CW-TCM Claiming

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2.1.5

DD Screening Claiming

The table below summarizes the requirements for DD Screening claiming.


Effective 10/01/2013, DD Screenings are no longer claimable in MMIS (PR#
13-0523-1521-05):

DD screenings that occur on or before September 30, 2013 can be


claimed for up to one year after the date of the screening. Related
time records and payments can only be included in the claim if the
date on the time record or the service start and end dates on the
payment are before October 1, 2013. Time records and payments on
or after October 1, 2013 cannot be included in the claim.
If the screening occurs on or after October 1, 2013, all related time
and payments will be reimbursed as an administrative expense. This
includes the preparation work that occurs prior to October 1, 2013.

DD Screening Claiming
DD Screening claiming is done for Time records and Payments meeting the DD
Screening criteria for clients with eligible DD Screenings.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
Services

505

Assessment for Long-term Services and Supports

Activities

28

Screening

Services

505

Assessment for Long-term Services and Supports

HCPCS/Modifiers

T2024 DD Screening (15 minutes)

Eligible Payments

Supplemental Eligibility
The "Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental DD Screening record must match
the Action Date on a valid MMIS DD Screening
ELIG_DD_SCRNG.DD_SCREENING_DT = DI_ELIG_DD_SCRNG.ACTION_DT
The "Ready to claim" field on the SSIS Supplemental DD Screening must be Yes
ELIG_DD_SCRNG.READY_TO_CLAIM_IND = Y
Note: The business rules for entering a Supplemental DD Screening record require
the screening dates be more than 70 days apart. If counties wish to claim DD
Screening for screenings that are less than 70 days apart, one of the claims must be
submitted using MN-ITS.
MMIS Recipient Information
The "Screening Status" on the MMIS DD Screening must be Approved
(DI_ELIG_DD_SCRNG.PA_SCRNG_STATUS_CD = A)
The "Action Type " on the MMIS DD Screening must be 01 - Full team screening
(DI_ELIG_DD_SCRNG.ACTION_TYPE_CD = '01')

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DD Screening Claiming
Client
No additional requirements
Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
Screening Diagnosis Codes, then SSIS Diagnosis Codes are checked for a
Billable Diagnosis Code.
Additional Rules
Record selection process for DD Screening is based on the Screening date of the
Supplemental DD Screening records under Supplemental Healthcare Eligibility for a
person. All eligible Time records and Payments for that DD Screening are then
selected.
The Screening date must be in the date range entered by the claims creator on the
claim batch.
The Service Dates of all Time records and all Payments can be up to 35 days prior
and 35 days after the "Screening date" on the Supplemental DD Screening.
Service Dates >= ELIG_DD_SCRNG. DD_SCREENING_DT 35 days
and Service Dates <= ELIG_DD_SCRNG. DD_SCREENING_DT + 35 days
At least one billable Time record or Payment must include the "Screening date" on
the SSIS Supplemental DD Screening:

Time record Service Date must be = "Screening date"

Payment Service Start Date <= "Screening date"

or
and Payment Service End Date >= "Screening date"
All eligible Time records and Payments are combined into one claim per DD
Screening.
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

T2024 DD Screening (15 minutes)

Units

Total of:

The total time (ON_BEHALF_OF.DURATION) on all


selected Time records for the screening / 15
Units are rounded up if 8 or more minutes remain. If
less than 8 minutes remain, the remainder is ignored.
The total time on all selected Time records must be at
least 8 minutes (half a unit) to be included in the
claim.

Plus

The total number of Units on all selected Payments.

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DD Screening Claiming
Amount

Total of:

Calculated Units on Time records multiplied by the


countys rate for HCPCS/Modifiers on the Screening
Date

Plus

The total Amount on all selected Payments.

First Service Date

"Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental DD Screening


(ELIG_DD_SCRNG.DD_SCREENING_DT)

Last Service Date

"Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental DD Screening


(ELIG_DD_SCRNG.DD_SCREENING_DT)

Place of Service

The first selected Time record or Payment that includes the


"Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental DD Screening is
used for this conversion, all others are ignored.

Diagnosis Codes

Screening Diagnosis Code or SSIS Diagnosis Code

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
The client does not have to be eligible for MA for DD Screening services to be
claimable.
County Practice
Counties must submit a Case Managers Cost Report for DD Full Team Screening or
similar form
Notes
For a person with a developmental disability diagnosis or a related condition,
screening teams are convened to evaluate the level of care needed by the person
when the assessment indicates that the person is at risk of placement in an
Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (ICF/DD),
nursing facility or is requesting services in the areas of residential, training and
habilitation, nursing facility or family support.
The evaluation addresses whether home and community-based services are
appropriate for persons who are at risk of placement in an ICF/DD or for whom there
is reasonable indication that they might require this level of care.
Maximum of 96 units per DD Screening will be paid.
References
Disability Services Program Manual (DSPM), DD Screening section, 10/30/07 on the
DHS web site
MHCP Provider Manual on the DHS web site
Table 2-13: DD Screening Claiming

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2.1.6

LTCC Claiming

The table below summarizes the requirements for LTCC claiming.


Effective 10/01/2013, LTC Screenings are no longer claimable in MMIS
(PR# 13-0523-1521-05):

LTC screenings that occur on or before September 30, 2013 can be


claimed for up to one year after the date of the screening. Related
time records and payments can only be included in the claim if the
date on the time record or the service start and end dates on the
payment are before October 1, 2013. Time records and payments on
or after October 1, 2013 cannot be included in the claim.
If the screening occurs on or after October 1, 2013, all related time
and payments will be reimbursed as an administrative expense. This
includes the preparation work that occurs prior to October 1, 2013.

LTCC Claiming
Long Term Care Consultation (LTCC) claiming is done for Time records and Payments
meeting the LTCC criteria for clients with eligible LTC Screenings.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
Services
Activities

105

Assessment for Long-term Services and Supports

605

Assessment for Long-term Services and Supports

28

Screening

105

Long Term Care Consultation (LTCC)

605

Long Term Care Consultation (LTCC)

T1023 Life/disability evaluation: Face-to-face LTCC


assessment under age 65

Eligible Payments
Services
HCPCS/Modifiers

Supplemental Eligibility
The "Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening must match the
Activity Type Date on a valid MMIS LTC Screening
ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.LTC_SCREENING_DT =
DI_ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.SCRNG_ACT_TYPE_DT
The "Ready to claim" field on the SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening must be Yes
ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.READY_TO_CLAIM_IND = Y
Note: The business rules for entering a Supplemental LTC Screening record require
the screening dates be more than 70 days apart. If counties wish to claim LTCC for
screenings that are less than 70 days apart, one of the claims must be submitted
using MN-ITS.

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LTCC Claiming
MMIS Recipient Information
The "Screening Status" on the MMIS LTC Screening must be Approved
(DI_ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.PA_SCRNG_STATUS_CD = A)
The "Activity Type" on the MMIS LTC Screening must be one of the following
02 Person to person assessment
04 Relocation/transition assessment
06 Reassessment
08 CAC/CADI/BI reassessment 65th birthday
(DI_ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.SCRNG_ACT_TYPE_CD = '02', '04', '06' or '08'
Client
Client Age must be < 65 on the "Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental LTC
Screening.
Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
Screening Diagnosis Codes, then SSIS Diagnosis Codes are checked for a
Billable Diagnosis Code.
Additional Rules
Record selection process for LTCC is based on the Screening date of the
Supplemental LTC Screening records under Supplemental Healthcare Eligibility for a
person. All eligible Time records and Payments for that LTC Screening are then
selected.
The Screening date must be in the user entered date range for the claim batch.
The Service Dates of all Time records and all Payments can be up to 35 days prior
and 35 days after the "Screening date" on the Supplemental LTC Screening.
Service Dates >= ELIG_LTC_SCRNG. LTC_SCREENING_DT 35 days
and Service Dates <= ELIG_LTC_SCRNG. LTC_SCREENING_DT + 35 days
At least one billable Time record or Payment must include the "Screening date" on
the SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening:

Time record Service Date must be = "Screening date"

or

Payment Service Start Date <= "Screening date"


and Payment Service End Date >= "Screening date"

All eligible Time records and Payments are combined into one claim per LTC
Screening.

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LTCC Claiming
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

T1023 Life/disability evaluation: Face-to-face LTCC


assessment under age 65

Units

Total of:

The total time (ON_BEHALF_OF.DURATION) on all


selected Time records for the screening / 15
Units are rounded up if 8 or more minutes remain. If
less than 8 minutes remain, the remainder is ignored.
The total time on all selected Time records must be at
least 8 minutes (half a unit) to be included in the
claim.

Plus

Amount

The total number of Units on all selected Payments.

Total of:

Calculated Units on Time records multiplied by the


countys rate for HCPCS/Modifiers on the Screening
Date

Plus

The total Amount on all selected Payments.

First Service Date

"Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening


(ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.LTC_SCREENING_DT)

Last Service Date

"Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening


(ELIG_LTC_SCRNG.LTC_SCREENING_DT)

Place of Service

The first selected Time record or Payment that includes the


"Screening date" on the SSIS Supplemental LTC Screening is
used for this conversion, all others are ignored.

Diagnosis Codes

Screening Diagnosis Code or SSIS Diagnosis Code

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
The client does not have to be eligible for MA for LTCC services to be claimable.
County Practice
CBP counties bill LTCC the same as non-CBP counties.
Notes
The purpose of LTCC services is to assist persons with long term or chronic care
needs in making decisions and selecting options that meet their needs and reflect
their preferences. The intent is to prevent or delay nursing facility placements and
to provide relocation assistance after admission.
Maximum of 96 units (24 hours) per LTC Screening will be paid.

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LTCC Claiming
References
DHS Bulletin # 01-25-05, July 27, 2001 Preadmission Screening Program (PAS)
Changed to Long Term Care Consultation Services (LTCC), Additional Funding Made
Available
DHS Bulletin # 01-56-20, August 31, 2001 Options Series: Face-to-face LTCC
Assessments For Persons Under Age 65
DHS Bulletin # 01-56-20, Attachments D & E
DHS Bulletin # 03-25-10, November 7. 2003 Long Term Care Consultation
Legislative Update and Policy Clarifications
LTCC Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS LTCC claims processing, written by Jack
Kinzer and Mary Klinghagen.
DSD Listserv Announcement, August 14, 2007 LTCC Assessment
Table 2-14: LTCC Claiming

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2.1.7

Mental Health Rule 5 Claiming

The table below summarizes the requirements for Rule 5 claiming.

Mental Health Rule 5 Claiming


Childrens Residential Mental Health Treatment, also referred to as Mental Health
Rule 5 Claiming (Rule 5), is done for Payments meeting the Rule 5 criteria for eligible
clients.
Inputs
Eligible Payments
Services

483

Childrens residential treatment

HCPCS/Modifiers

H0019

Children's residential treatment

Supplemental Eligibility
Client must have a Rule 5 Supplemental Eligibility record in effect on the Service
Dates as indicated by the following:

MH Rule 5 Screening Date (ELIG_RULE5.MH_RULE5_SCRNG_DT) must be <=


Service Dates

MH Rule 5 End Date (ELIG_RULE5.MH_RULE5_END_DT) must be >= Service


Dates or blank

Client meets needs for MH Rule 5 Level of Care indicator must be Yes
(ELIG_RULE5.MH_RULE5_CARE_IND = Y)

MMIS Recipient Information


Client must be MA Eligible or MNCare Eligible on the Service Dates as indicated by
the following:
1. Major Program (DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD) must be one of the
following:
MA Eligible

DM
EH
MA
NM
RM

Demonstration to Maintain Indep. & Employment (DMIE)


Federally-Paid Emergency Medicaid
Federally Paid Medical Assistance
State-Paid Medical Assistance
Refugee

2. Eligibility Status must be Active or Closed


(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C)
3. The Service Dates are within the Eligibility Start Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT) and the Eligibility End Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT)
Clients Living Arrangement on the Service Dates must be
(DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.LIVE_ARR_CD):

54

SED - Residential treatment

Living Arrangement selection is based on the following criteria:

The Living Arrangement must be in effect for the Service Start Date through
the Service End Date.

The provider on the Living Arrangement must have a NPI/UMPI

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Mental Health Rule 5 Claiming


Client
Client Age must be < 21 as of the 1st of the month
Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
SSIS Diagnosis Code is used.
Only MH Diagnosis codes are included on the claim (diagnosis code >= 290.0 and
<=302.99 or >= 306.0 and <=316.0).
Additional Rules
One claim is submitted for each eligible Payment. (Payment Modifications, such as a
partial Refund, are combined with the original Payment.)
Maximum of one Rule 5 claim can be submitted for a given date range per client.
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

H0019

Children's residential treatment

Units

The total number of Units on all selected Payments

Amount

The total Amount on all selected Payments

First Service Date

Payment Service Start Date

Last Service Date

Payment Service End Date

Diagnosis Codes

SSIS Diagnosis Code

Rule 5 Facility Name

Facility name of the provider on the Living Arrangement


DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.ELIG_PROV_NAME
where DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID =
DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID

Provider Number

Provider number of the provider on the Living Arrangement


DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.PROV_NUM
where DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID =
DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID

NPI/UMPI

NPI/UMPI of the provider on the Living Arrangement


DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.NPI
where DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID =
DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
Client must have been screened for MH Rule 5 and found to meet the rule 5
placement criteria. Services must be on or after the screening date.
The MH Rule 5 screening serves to establish medical necessity for children's mental
health residential treatment services.

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Mental Health Rule 5 Claiming


Major program DM ends 09/30/09 because the funding was not extended per e-mail
from Margaret Wright on 04/22/09.
County Practice
Claims for clients on MinnesotaCare must be submitted using MN-ITS. These clients
will have a Living Arrangement of 80 (Community). SSIS does not receive
information about the facility providing the Rule 5 services to the client on these
Living Arrangement records from MMIS, which is needed to create a claim.
Notes
Children's mental health residential treatment facilities must be enrolled as providers
under the Minnesota Health Care Program (MHCP). Eligible providers must be
licensed by the state of Minnesota and must be under contract with a lead county.
Children's mental health residential treatment Payment rates are set at the end of a
quarter. Claims must be submitted after the end of the quarter per DHS Bulletin 0173-01.
References
DHS Bulletin #01-73-01, June 21, 2001, Children's Residential Mental Health
Treatment Added to Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare Benefit Set.
MH R5 Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS Mental Health Rule 5 claims processing,
written by Jack Kinzer and Mary Klinghagen.
Table 2-15: Rule 5 Claiming

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2.1.8

MH-TCM Claiming

The table below summarizes the requirements for MH-TCM claiming.

MH-TCM Claiming
Mental Health Targeted Case Management (MH-TCM) claiming is done for Time
records meeting the MH-TCM criteria for eligible clients.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
Services

490

Child Rule 79 Case Management

491

Adult Rule 79 Case Management

Activities

Client contact

Contact Status

Completed

Contact Method

Face to face

Phone
(Phone is valid only if the client is 18 or over)

Supplemental Eligibility
Client must have a MH-TCM Supplemental Eligibility record in effect on the Billable
Contact Date.

The Billable Contact Date must be between the MH-TCM Effective Start
Date and End Date
TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT between ELIG_MHTCM.MHTCM_START_DT
and ELIG_MHTCM.MHTCM_END_DT
or (TIME_RECORD.ACTIVITY_DT >= ELIG_MHTCM.MHTCM_START_DT and
ELIG_MHTCM.MHTCM_END_DT IS NULL)

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MH-TCM Claiming
MMIS Recipient Information
Client must be MA Eligible or MNCare Eligible on the Billable Contact Date as
indicated by the following:
1. Major Program (DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD) must be one of the
following:
MA Eligible

DM

Demonstration to Maintain Indep. & Employment (DMIE)

MA

Federally Paid Medical Assistance

GM

General Assistance Medical Care (GAMC)

IM

IMD - Inst. for Mental Disease

NM

State-Paid Medical Assistance

RM

Refugee

The following is no longer valid effective 01/01/12 (PR #13-0214-1306-52)

EH

Federally-Paid Emergency Medicaid

MNCare Eligible

LL

MinnesotaCare Citizen Kids/PWS

BB MinnesotaCare Adults =<175% FPG

FF MinnesotaCare Parents =<275% FPG

JJ MinnesotaCare Noncitizen Parents =<275% FPG

KK MinnesotaCare Noncitizen Kids/PWS

2. Eligibility Status must be Active or Closed


(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C)
3. The Billable Contact Date is within the Eligibility Start Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT) and the Eligibility End Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT).
Client
Client Age calculation:

Client Age is determined as of the Billable Contact Date.


If Contact Method is Phone, Client Age must be >= 18 on the Billable
Contact Date.

Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
SSIS Diagnosis Codes are used.
Only MH Diagnosis codes are included on the claim (diagnosis code >= 290.0 and
<=302.99 or >= 306.0 and <=316.0).
Additional Rules
Maximum of one MH-TCM claim can be submitted for a given month per client.
All eligible Time records in a month are linked to the claim.
A separate claim is created for each MH-TCM eligible client listed in the Regarding
section of the Time record.

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MH-TCM Claiming
For a month in which both Phone and Face-to-face contacts occur, the Face-toface contact is claimed even though it may occur after the Phone contact.
A telephone claim is created for a month in which only Phone contacts occur.
A 'Face-to-face' contact must occur at least once every 3 month. There can be no
more than two consecutive monthly Phone claims. If a Face-to-face Claim does
not exist in one of the previous two months, the Phone contact is not claimed.
(This edit ignores 'Face-to-face' Claims that are 'Denied' or 'To be denied'.)
The Contact Method of the first claimable contact must be Face to face.
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

For Client Age < 18

(Contact Method must = Face to face)

T2023 HA HE (MH-TCM, child, face-to-face)


For Client Age >= 18
For Contact Method = Face to face
T2023 HE (MH-TCM, adult, face-to-face)
For Contact Method = Phone:
T2023 HE U4 (MH-TCM, adult, telephone)
Units

Amount

Staff-provided Rate for HCPCS/ Modifiers

First Service Date

Billable Contact Date

Last Service Date

Billable Contact Date

Diagnosis Codes

SSIS Diagnosis Code

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
Based on the clients age, the client must be eligible for SPMI or SED on the Service
Date.

If the clients age is under 18, the client must be SED eligible

If the client is between 18 and 21 and has received continuous MH-TCM


services since before turning 18, the client can remain SED eligible or can be
SPMI eligible

Otherwise, if the client is 18 or over, the client must be SPMI eligible

Client must have a written service plan prior to claiming.


Major program DM ends 09/30/09 because the funding was not extended per e-mail
from Margaret Wright on 04/22/09.
County Practice
Services provided to a client under age 18, should be recorded as:

490

Child Rule 79 Case Management

Services provided to a client age 18 or over, should be recorded as:

491

Adult Rule 79 Case Management

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MH-TCM Claiming
Notes
MH TCM expenses are included as a part of a persons spenddown for MA eligibility.
MMIS does this edit.
Claims for clients in a MA Funded Facility are limited to 180 days for VA/DD-TCM,
MH-TCM and RSC-TCM combined. The beginning of the 180 days is the Service
Date of the first paid claim for VA/DD-TCM, MH-TCM, or RSC-TCM. MMIS enforces
this rule.
References
DHS Bulletin #99-53-4; June 7, 1999; MH Case Management Payment Update; this
bulletin replaces bulletin 99-53-2.
Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) Provider Manual, June 2000, Chapter 16
pages 25-31 (printed version). The current MHCP manual is online at
www.dhs.state.mn.us/provider.
MH-TCM Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS MH-TCM claim processing, written by
Jack Kinzer and Mary Klinghagen.
DHS Bulletin #09-68-01; April 22, 2009; Adolescent Services Provides Guidance on
Transition Planning and Requirements for Older Youth in Care.
Table 2-16: MH-TCM Claiming

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2.1.9

RSC-TCM Claiming

The table below summarizes the requirements for RSC-TCM claiming.

RSC-TCM Claiming
Relocation Service Coordination Targeted Case Management (RSC-TCM) claiming is
done for Time records and Payments meeting the RSC-TCM criteria for eligible
clients.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
Services
Activities

Contact Status

194

Relocation Service Coordination (RSC-TCM)

694

Relocation Service Coordination (RSC-TCM)

Client contact

Collateral contact

Consultation

10

Coordination

16

Documentation

34

Transportation

35

Travel in county

36

Travel out of county

Completed

This edit only applies to the following activities:

Client contact

Collateral contact

Eligible Payments
Services
HCPCS/Modifiers

194

Relocation Service Coordination (RSC-TCM)

694

Relocation Service Coordination (RSC-TCM)

T1017

Relocation Service Coordination (RSC-TCM)

Supplemental Eligibility
None

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RSC-TCM Claiming
MMIS Recipient Information
Client must be MA eligible on the Service Dates as indicated by the following:
1. Major Program (DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD) must be one of the
following:

MA Federally Paid Medical Assistance


NM State-Paid Medical Assistance
RM Refugee

Note: Removed Major Programs EH and IM, which are not valid for RSC-TCM (PR
#13-0219-1403-29)
2. Eligibility Status must be Active or Closed
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C)
3. The Service Dates are within the Eligibility Start Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT) and the Eligibility End Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT)
Client cannot be a Waiver/AC Recipient on the Service Dates.
Clients Living Arrangement on the Service Dates must be one of the following
(DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.LIVE_ARR_CD):

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
50
52
53
58
80

Nursing Facility I - Medicare certified


Nursing Facility II - Non-Medicare certified
ICF/DD - Public or private
NF I - Short term stay <30 days
NF II - Short term stay <30 days
ICF/DD - Short term stay <30 days
RTC/ICF-DD - Not IMD
Medical hospital >30 days
RTC - MI psychiatric inpatient hospital IMD
Rule 36 MI - IMD
Private psychiatric inpatient hospital IMD
RTC - CD psychiatric inpatient hospital - IMD
Community

Living Arrangement selection is based on the following criteria:


Time records

If a Living Arrangement ends on the Time record date, and another Living
Arrangement exists (which would start on the same date), a claim is
generated if either Living Arrangement has one of the Living Arrangement
codes listed above.

Payments

If the Service Start Date and Service End Date are the SAME:
o If a Living Arrangement ends on the Service Dates, and another Living
Arrangement starts on the same date, a claim is generated if either Living
Arrangement has one of the Living Arrangement codes listed above.
Otherwise:
o Select the Living Arrangement in effect for the entire Service Date range
(Service Start Date through Service End Date).

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RSC-TCM Claiming
Client
No additional requirements
Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
Screening Diagnosis Codes, then SSIS Diagnosis Codes are checked for a
Billable Diagnosis Code.
If there is not a Billable Diagnosis Code, the default diagnosis code V68.9
(ADMINISTRTVE ENCOUNT NOS) is used.
Additional Rules
If the clients Living Arrangement is Community (DI_ELIG_LIVE_ARR.LIVE_ARR_CD
= 80):

The SSIS Location on the Time record or Payment must be Inpatient Hospital
(CONTACT_LOC_CD = B), which is translated to MMIS Place of Service Inpatient
Hospital (MMIS_PLACE_SVC_CD = 21) on the claim.

Time records and Payments for the same client, covering the same date range, are
combined into one claim.
1. A Time record with a date that is within the date range of a Payment is combined
into one claim using the Payments Service Dates.
2. Two or more Time records with the same date are combined into one claim.
3. Two Time records with contiguous dates are submitted as separate claims.
4. Two or more Time records that do not meet any of the above conditions are
submitted as separate claims.
5. Two or more Payments with the same date range or overlapping date ranges are
combined into one claim.
6. Two or more Payments that do not meet any of the above conditions are
submitted as separate claims.
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

T1017

Relocation Service Coordination (RSC-TCM)

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RSC-TCM Claiming
Units

Total of:

The number of Units on selected Time records are


calculated PER DAY, then totaled for all days included
Following is the per day calculation:

The total time (ON_BEHALF_OF.DURATION) on all


selected Time records / 15 (for a day)
o

Units are rounded up if 8 or more minutes remain.


If less than 8 minutes remain, the remainder is
ignored.
The total time on all selected Time records for a
day must be at least 8 minutes (half a unit) to be
included in the claim.

Plus

Amount

The total number of Units on all selected Payments

Total of:
Calculated Units on Time records multiplied by the
Staff-provided Rate for the HCPCS/Modifier

Amount is calculated PER DAY, then totaled for all


days included

Plus

First Service Date

The total Amount on all selected Payments

If the claim is based on Payment(s) or both Time record(s)


and Payment(s):
Earliest Service Start Date of the Payment(s)
If the claim is based only on Time record(s):
Date on the Time record

Last Service Date

If the claim is based on Payment(s) or both Time record(s)


and Payment(s):
Latest Service End Date of the Payment(s)
If the claim is based only on Time record(s):
Date on the Time record

Diagnosis Codes

Screening Diagnosis Code, SSIS Diagnosis Code, or


V68.9

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
RSC-TCM services are authorized via the LTC screening document or the DD
screening document. Editing for this authorization takes place in MMIS.
Claims for clients in a MA Funded Facility are limited to 180 days for VA/DD-TCM,
MH-TCM and RSC-TCM combined. The beginning of the 180 days is the Service
Date of the first paid claim for VA/DD-TCM, MH-TCM, or RSC-TCM. MMIS enforces
this rule.

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RSC-TCM Claiming
RSC-TCM services may be provided to persons of all ages for up to 180 consecutive
days per episode. The 180 days starts with the service dates on first paid claim.
MMIS does these edits.
Counties cannot claim RSC-TCM costs if a person is moving from one institution to
another.
County Practice
Counties cannot claim services provided by case aides under RSC-TCM. Counties
can choose not to enter a Staff Claim Qualification for RSC-TCM for case aides or can
set the value of the Qualified field to No.
Client cannot be receiving CW-TCM, MH-TCM, or VA/DD-TCM in the same calendar
month as RSC-TCM services. The county needs to decide which they will provide
and bill for only that one.
Notes
While RSC-TCM cannot be claimed if the client is on a waiver on the day the service
was provided, both waiver case management and RSC-TCM can be provided in the
same month, per e-mail from Mark Skrivanek on 9/25/08.
RSC-TCM was designed to help the consumer make decisions about the supports he
or she will need outside of an institution by providing information so that the client
can make an informed decision. The coordinator should also assist the individual to
access the services and supports needed.
RSC-TCM claims do not require a date of current illness.
Counties Social Services can bill via SSIS and PHN (Public Health Nursing) can bill
via MMIS separately and the claims will not be denied as duplicates.
References
DHS Bulletin #01-56-23 September 21, 2001 Options Series: Implementation of
Relocation Service Coordination
DHS Bulletin #02-56-08 June 10, 2002 Relocation Service Coordination (RSC) Policy
Update
MHCP Provider Update 166 October 22, 2003 Relocation Service Coordination (RSC)
Benefit
RSC Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS RSC claim processing, written by Jack Kinzer
and Mary Klinghagen.
DSD Listserv Announcement April 16, 2006: Billing for Relocation Service from an
Eligible Institution
DHS Bulletin #07-56-01 March 28, 2007 "DHS Updates Relocation Service
Coordination Targeted Case Management Implementation". This bulletin replaces all
previous RSC-TCM bulletins
Table 2-17: RSC-TCM Claiming

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2.1.10 VA/DD-TCM Claiming


The table below summarizes the requirements for VA/DD-TCM claiming.

VA/DD-TCM Claiming
Vulnerable Adult / Developmentally Disabled Targeted Case Management (VA/DDTCM) claiming is done for Time records meeting the VA/DD-TCM criteria for eligible
clients.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
Services

592

Child (<21) DD non-waiver case management

593

Adult (21+) DD non-waiver case management

604

Adult protection assessment

607

General Assessment

693

General Case Management

Client contact

Collateral contact

Contact Status

Completed

Contact Method

Face to face

Phone

Activities

Supplemental Eligibility
Client must have a VA/DD-TCM Supplemental Eligibility record in effect on the
Billable Contact Date.
MMIS Recipient Information
Client must be MA Eligible or MNCare Eligible on the Billable Contact Date as
indicated by the following:
1. Major Program (DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD) must be one of the
following:
MA Eligible

DM

Demonstration to Maintain Indep. & Employment (DMIE)

MA

Federally Paid Medical Assistance

Note: Removed Major Programs EH and LL, which are not valid for VA/DD-TCM
(PR # 13-0219-1353-43)
2. Eligibility Status must be Active or Closed
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C)
3. The Billable Contact Date is within the Eligibility Start Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT) and the Eligibility End Date
(DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_END_DT)
Client cannot be a Waiver/AC Recipient on the Billable Contact Date.
Client
Client Age calculation:
Client Age is determined as of the Billable Contact Date.

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VA/DD-TCM Claiming
Clients age must be >=18 on the Billable Contact Date
Diagnosis Codes
A diagnosis code is required.
Screening Diagnosis Codes, then SSIS Diagnosis Codes are checked for a
Billable Diagnosis Code.
If there is not a Billable Diagnosis Code, the default diagnosis code V68.9
(ADMINISTRTVE ENCOUNT NOS) is used.
Additional Rules
Maximum of one VA/DD-TCM claim can be submitted for a given month per client.
All eligible Time records in a month are linked to the claim.
A separate claim is created for each VA/DD-TCM eligible client listed in the Regarding
section of the Time record.
For a month in which both Phone and Face-to-face contacts occur, the Face-toface contact is claimed even though it may occur after the Phone contact.
A telephone claim is created for a month in which only Phone contacts occur.
A 'Face-to-face' contact must occur at least once every 3 month. There can be no
more than two consecutive monthly Phone claims. If a Face-to-face Claim does
not exist in one of the previous two months, the Phone contact is not claimed.
(This edit ignores 'Face-to-face' Claims that are 'Denied' or 'To be denied'.)
The Contact Method of the first claimable contact must be Face to face.
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

If Contact Method = Face to face:


T2023 U1

VA/DD-TCM, face-to-face

If Contact Method = Phone:


T2023 U1 U4

VA/DD-TCM, telephone

Units

Amount

Staff-provided Rate for HCPCS/Modifiers

First Service Date

Billable Contact Date

Last Service Date

Billable Contact Date

Diagnosis Codes

Screening Diagnosis Code, SSIS Diagnosis Code, or


V68.9

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
Client must be in need of service coordination to attain or maintain living in an
integrated community setting and must be a vulnerable adult in need of adult
protection as defined in statute.

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VA/DD-TCM Claiming
Major program DM ends 09/30/09 because the funding was not extended per e-mail
from Margaret Wright on 04/22/09.
County Practice
Counties develop criteria for identifying who is in need of case management/service
coordination and keep a copy of those criteria on file in case of appeal.
Counties can develop a tool to determine/document eligibility. A sample is attached
to the bulletin, which counties can change for local use as long as everything
included in the bulletin is a part of the edited document.
Notes
Claims for clients in a MA Funded Facility are limited to 180 days for VA/DD-TCM,
MH-TCM and RSC-TCM combined. The beginning of the 180 days is the Service
Date of the first paid claim for VA/DD-TCM, MH-TCM, or RSC-TCM. MMIS enforces
this rule.
VA/DD-TCM may be provided concurrently with an investigation of maltreatment of a
vulnerable adult. Documentation for both must be completed.
VA/DD-TCM cannot be provided to a person in an institution unless it is for the
purposes of transitioning/relocating from the institution to the community.
Institutions are defined as hospitals, nursing facilities (including Certified Boarding
Care Facilities), and Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental
Disabilities (ICF/DD).
VA/DD TCM expenses are included as a part of a persons spenddown for MA
eligibility. MMIS does this edit.
Contact during the month can be with the adult, the adults legal representative,
family member, or primary caregiver or other relevant person identified as necessary
to the development/implementation of the service plan.
References
DHS Bulletin # 02-56-17, September 18, 2002, Targeted Case Management
Implementation for Vulnerable Adults and Adults with Developmental Disabilities
MHCP Provider Update 166, October 22, 2003
VADD Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS VA/DD-TCM claim processing, written by
Jack Kinzer and Mary Klinghagen.
DSD Listserv Announcement April 16, 2006: Billing for Relocation Service from an
Eligible Institution
Table 2-18: VA/DD-TCM Claiming

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2.1.11 Waiver and AC Claiming


The table below summarizes the requirements for Waiver and Alternative Care (AC)
claiming.

Waiver and AC Claiming


Waiver and AC claiming is done for Time records and Payment meeting the criteria
for eligible clients.
Waiver Types:

CAC
CADI
EW
DD
BI

Community Alternative Care


Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals
Elderly Waiver
Developmental Disabilities Waiver
Brain Injury

Alternative Care

AC

Alternative Care

AC is not actually a MA waiver, but the claiming rules and requirements are the
same as for the Elderly Waiver, so it is claimed with waivers.
In the remainder of this section, the term 'waiver' includes all of the waiver types
listed above as well as AC.
Section 2.1.11.1, Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers, starting on page 53 contains a
list of all HCPCS/Modifiers that can be claimed thru SSIS for Waiver and AC. This list
indicates whether the HCPCS/Modifiers is valid for Time records and/or Payments
and the Unit Type.
Inputs
Eligible Staff Activity Time records
The valid Services and Activities vary by waiver type and HCPCS/Modifiers.
Service and Activity combined determine which HCPCS/Modifiers the system assigns.
SSIS limits available Services by Program (SSIS Sub-Program) and Activities by
Program and Service. The Claiming module does not have any edits for the SSIS
Sub-Program selected on the record
See Section 2.1.11.2, "Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by
HCPCS/Modifiers", starting on page 58 for a list of the HCPCS/Modifiers assigned to
each Service/Activity combination.
See Section 2.1.11.3, Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by
Service and Activity, starting on page 62 for a list by Services and Activities of
HCPCS/Modifiers assigned to time records.
Waiver Type

Some Services/Activity combinations are valid only for certain


waivers. These requirements are listed in Section 2.1.11.2 and
Section 2.1.11.3 with the HCPCS/Modifiers and Service/Activity
combinations.

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Contact Status

Completed

This edit only applies to the following activities:

7
8
107
108

Client contact
Collateral contact
Service delivery, in home
Service delivery, out of home

Eligible Payments
Valid Services and HCPCS/Modifiers vary by waiver type.
SSIS limits available HCPCS/Modifiers by Service.
See Section 2.1.11.4, Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by
HCPCS/Modifiers, starting on page 67 for a list of HCPCS/Modifiers and the Services
on which they are available.
See Section 2.1.11.5, Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by
Service, starting on page 77 for a list of Services and the HCPCS/Modifiers available
for each on Payments.
Supplemental Eligibility
None
MMIS Recipient Information
Client must be MA eligible or AC eligible on the Service Dates as indicated by the
following:
1. Major Program (DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.MAJOR_PROG_CD) must be one of the
following:
MA Eligible:

MA

Federally Paid Medical Assistance

NM

State-Paid Medical Assistance

RM

Refugee

AC Eligible:

AC

Alternative Care

2. Eligibility Status must be Active or Closed


DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.RCP_ELIG_STATUS_CD = A or C)
3. The Service Dates are within the Eligibility Start Date and the Eligibility End
Date
Service Dates between DI_ELIG_RECIPIENT.ELIG_START_DT and
ELIG_END_DT

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MA Eligible clients (Major Program = MA, NM, or RM) must have a valid Waiver span
on the Service Dates as defined below:
1. Client has a Waiver span with one of the following Waiver Types
(DI_ELIG_WAIVER.WAIVER_TYPE_CD):
MMIS Waiver Type
F

LTC - CADI Conversion

LTC - CADI Diversion

LTC - CAC Conversion

LTC - CAC Diversion

LTC - EW Conversion

LTC - EW Diversion

LTC - BI NF Conversion

M LTC - BI NF Diversion
P

LTC - BI Hosp Conversion

LTC - BI Hosp Diversion

DD - DD Conversion

DD - DD Diversion

2. The Service Dates must be within the Waiver Start Date and the Waiver End
Date
Service Dates between WAIVER_START_DT and WAIVER_THRU_DT

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Client must have an Approved MMIS Service Agreement on the Service Dates for
the service provided as defined below:
1. Service Agreement Header Status is Approved or Partially Suspended
DI_ELIG_SA.SA_HEADER_STATUS_CD = A or T
2. Service Agreement Line Item Status is Approved
DI_ELIG_SA_LN_ITM.SA_LINE_STATUS_CD = A
3. Service Dates are within the Service Agreement Line Item Start Date and Line
Item End Date
Service Dates between PA_LINE_START_DT and PA_LINE_END_DT
4. The HCPCS and Modifiers on the Service Agreement Line Item matches the
Payment or Time record:

Payments
DI_ELIG_SA_LN_ITM.HCPCS_CD, MOD_1, MOD_2, MOD_3 & MOD_4 =
HCPCS_MOD.HCPCS_CD, MOD_1, MOD_2, MOD_3 & MOD_4
for the PAYMENT.HCPCS_MOD_ID

Time records - the HCPCS/Modifiers assigned to the Service and Activity on


the Time record matches
DI_ELIG_SA_LN_ITM.HCPCS_CD, MOD_1, MOD_2, MOD_3 & MOD_4 =
HCPCS_MOD.HCPCS_CD, MOD_1, MOD_2, MOD_3 & MOD_4
for the HCPCS_MOD_SVC_ACT.HCPCS_MOD_ID
for the TIME.SERVICE_ID and TIME.ACTIVITY_ID

5. The Line Item Provider Number is the countys


CNTY_CLM_CONTROL.MMIS_PROV_NUM = DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.PROV_NUM
where DI_ELIG_SA_LN_ITM.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID =
DI_ELIG_PROVIDER.DI_ELIG_PROVIDER_ID
For regions only: Claiming county on the selected County Claim Control
record must match the Claiming county on the Claim Batch
CNTY_CLM_CONTROL.CNTY_CD = CLM_BATCH.CNTY_CD
Client
No additional requirements
Diagnosis Code
A diagnosis code is required.
Screening Diagnosis Codes, then SSIS Diagnosis Codes are checked for a
Billable Diagnosis Code.

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Additional Rules
Time records and Payments for the same client and the same HCPCS/Modifiers,
covering the same date range are combined into one claim.
1. A Time record with a date that is within the date range of a Payment is combined
into one claim using the Payments Service Dates.
2. Two or more Time records with the same date are combined into one claim.
3. Two Time records with contiguous dates are submitted as separate claims.
4. Two or more Time records that do not meet any of the above conditions are
submitted as separate claims.
5. Two or more Payments with the same date range or overlapping date ranges are
combined into one claim.
6. Two or more Payments that do not meet any of the above conditions are
submitted as separate claims.
Claim Record Outputs
HCPCS/Modifiers

From Time records:

Assigned based on the Service & Activity

From Payments:

The HCPCS/Modifiers on the Payment

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Units

Total of:

The total number of Units on all selected Time records,


calculated as follows:

If the Unit Type for the HCPCS/Modifiers is a unit of time

The number of Units on selected Time records are


calculated PER DAY, then totaled for all days included

To calculate the per day units, the Duration


(ON_BEHALF_OF.DURATION) is totaled on all selected
Time records for the day

The following calculation is applied to the total


Duration based on the unit type
The number of Units is rounded up when the remainder
of the calculation is a half unit or more. A partial unit
less than half is not claimed.
Code Description

Calculation

Half Unit
Minimum

11

Hour

Duration / 60

30

15

Minute

Duration

n/a

16

15 Minutes

Duration / 15

17

30 Minutes

Duration / 30

15

For other Unit Types, Units is set as follows:

Visit 1 unit per day, per client

Trip, one way 1 unit per time record

Session 1 unit per worker per day

Each time 1 unit per time record

Plus

Amount

The total number of Units on all selected Payments

Total of:
Calculated Units on Time records multiplied by the Staffprovided Rate for the HCPCS/Modifier and Waiver Type or
AC Major Program (referred to below as Waiver)

The Claim Detail field on Staff-provided Rates is used for


Waiver and AC to specify rates by Waiver

If valued, the clients Waiver must match

If blank, the rate is valid for all Waivers where there is


not another rate record during the time period for that
Waiver

Amount is calculated PER DAY, then totaled for all


days included

Plus

The total Amount on all selected Payments.

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First Service
Date

If the claim is based on Payment(s) or both Time record(s) and


Payment(s):
Earliest Service Start Date of the Payment(s)
If the claim is based only on Time record(s):
Date on the Time record

Last Service
Date

If the claim is based on Payment(s) or both Time record(s) and


Payment(s):
Latest Service End Date of the Payment(s)
If the claim is based only on Time record(s):
Date on the Time record

Diagnosis Codes

Screening Diagnosis Code or SSIS Diagnosis Code

Prior Auth #

DI_ELIG_SA.PRIOR_AUTH_NUM of the effective MMIS Service


Agreement

Additional Program Requirements and Policy Information

NOT included in SSIS processing


Eligibility
The following HCBS waiver programs currently available under MA are for individuals
who are under age 65 at the time of enrollment and who have a disability:
Community Alternative Care (CAC) Waiver
Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI) Waiver
Brain Injury Waiver (BI)
The following HCBS programs are for people aged 65 and over whose care needs
would otherwise require the level of services provided by a nursing facility:
Elderly Waiver (EW)
Alternative Care (AC)
The following waiver program does not have any age edits:
Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver
Recipients who are on CAC, CADI, and BI and turn 65 are allowed to continue
services if all other eligibility factors are met.
Client waiver eligibility age edits are performed in MMIS.
Clients are eligible for only one waiver at a time.
Waiver services are authorized via MMIS Service Agreements/Prior Authorizations.
County Practice
Counties have the option to pay waiver providers directly or have the waiver
provider bill MMIS.

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Notes
Elderly Waiver and extended state plan services are authorized and billed on a
service agreement entered into MMIS for those recipients enrolled with South
Country Alliance, Blue Plus, and UCare Minnesota* health plans using Minnesota
Senior Health Options (MSHO) or Minnesota Senior Care Plus (MSC+) products.
Service rates are negotiated with the providers and the statewide maximum rate will
apply. The state plan services will continue to be billed through the health plan using
their billing forms and procedures.
Elderly Waiver, extended state plan, and state plan services are through the health
plan using their forms and billing system for all other health plan organizations
regardless of the product.
Elderly Waiver and extended state plan services are authorized and billed on a
service agreement entered into MMIS for those recipients enrolled with any health
plan using PMAP. The state plan services are through the health plan using their
forms and procedures.
*Note: this statement is not true for all UCare EW recipients as it depends on the
county of residence.
References
Disability Service Program Manual
Note: For CAC, CADI, DD, and BI this document contains the most up to date
program information and takes precedence of information in other documents
listed below
DHS Instructional Bulletin # 85-75, August 5, 1985, Billing Procedures to Receive
Reimbursement for Screening MA and 180-Day Eligible Clients Under Age 65
Entering SNF, ICF-I or II Facilities
DHS Instructional Bulletin # 85-110, October 22, 1985, Revised Screening
Document for Persons With Mental Retardation
DHS Instructional Bulletin # 87-58A, November 12, 1987, Home and Community
Based Services Waiver for Disabled Individuals Under 65 (Pre-Admission
Screening/Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals - PAS/CADI)
DHS Instructional Bulletin # 92-57B, May 19, 1992, Implementation of the Brain
Injury (BI) Home and Community Based Services Waiver
MHCP Provider Manual, Chapter 26, HCBS Waivered Services
DHS Bulletin #05-24-01, May 27, 2005, Changes to the County Based Purchasing
Model of Managed Care for Minnesota Seniors
MHCP Provider Update WAV-05-01, June 2, 2005, Minnesota Senior Care Plus, EW
Services and SNF Changes for CBP Enrollees
Waiver Rules.doc summarizing the CSIS Waivered Services claims processing,
written by Jack Kinzer and Mary Klinghagen.
Table 2-19: Waiver Claiming

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2.1.11.1 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers


Following is a list of the HCPCS/Modifiers that are claimable through SSIS for
Waivers and AC.

Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers


HCPCS /
Modifiers
H0025
H0025 TF
H0025 TG
H0045
H2032
H2032 HQ
H2032 TF
H2032 TG
S0215 UC
S0215 UC
S5100
S5100 TF
S5100 U7
S5102
S5102 U7
S5109
S5110
S5115

S5115 TF
S5116
S5116 TF
S5120
S5125
S5126

Description

Start
Date

End Date

Unit Type

Time

Payments

Behavioral Support, by analyst


Behavioral Support, by
specialist
Behavior Support, by
professional
Respite care services, not in
home
Independent living skills,
maintenance
Independent living skills, group
therapy
Independent living skills,
counseling
Independent living skills,
individual therapy
Transportation, mileage
(commercial vehicle)
Transportation, mileage
Day care services, adult (15
minutes)
Adult day care bath
Family adult day services
(FADS) (15 minutes)
Day care services, adult (day)
Family adult day services
(FADS) (day)
Consumer training and
education
Family training

10-01-06

15 Minutes

10-01-06

15 Minutes

10-01-06

15 Minutes

11-01-04

Day

10-01-06 12-31-13 15 Minutes

10-01-06

15 Minutes

10-01-06

15 Minutes

10-01-06

15 Minutes

Y
Y
Y

Caregiver training/education
Caregiver Coaching and
Counseling/Caregiver
Assessment
Caregiver training/education
Caregiver Assessment
Chore services
DD, in home family support (15
minutes)
Caregiver living expenses

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10-01-06

Mile

N
N

11-01-04

15 Minutes
15 Minutes

N
N

Y
Y

11-01-04

15 Minutes
Day

N
N

Y
Y

11-01-08

Day

10-01-06
11-01-04

Session
15 Minutes

N
Y

Y
Y

07-01-13

15 Minutes

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

11-01-04
11-01-08

15 Minutes

11-01-04

15 Minutes

N
Y
Y
Y

11-01-04

15 Minutes
Day

Y
N

07-01-13
11-01-04 06-30-13 Session
04-01-10 06-30-13 Each Time

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HCPCS /
Modifiers
S5126 TG
S5130
S5131
S5135
S5135 U9
S5135 UA
S5135 UB
S5136
S5136 UB
S5140
S5140 U9
S5141
S5141 HQ
S5141 U9
S5145
S5146
S5150
S5150
S5150 UB
S5151
S5160
S5161
S5162

S5165
S5165 U3
S5170

Description
DD, in home family support
(day)
Homemaker services cleaning
only (15 minutes)
Homemaker services (day)
Companion care, adult/Personal
support
Behavioral programming by
aide
BI night supervision
24 hour emergency assistance
(15 minutes)
Personal support
24 hour emergency assistance
(day)
Foster care, adult (day)
Foster care, adult, corporate
(day)
Foster care, adult (month)
Foster care, adult (month)
Foster care, adult, corporate
(month)
Foster care, child (day)
Foster care, child (month)
Respite care, in home (15
minutes)
Respite care, in home (15
minutes)
Respite care, out of home
Respite care, in home (day)
Emergency response systeminstallation and testing
Emergency response systemservice fee, per month
Emergency response systempurchase
Environmental accessibility
adaptations, Home
Modifications/Install and
Expenses
Environmental accessibility
adaptations, square footage
Home delivered meals

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Date

End Date

Unit Type

11-01-04 12-31-13 Day

Time

Payments

11-01-04

15 Minutes
Day

Y
N

Y
Y

11-01-04

15 Minutes

11-01-04 04-30-13 15 Minutes

N
N

Y
Y

N
N

Y
Y

N
N

Y
Y

11-01-04

Day
11-01-04 12-31-13 Month
Month
10-01-06

N
N
N

Y
Y
Y

11-01-04 12-31-13 Month


11-01-04 12-31-13 Month

N
N
N

Y
Y
Y

11-01-04 12-31-13 15 Minutes

11-01-04

15 Minutes
15 Minutes
Day

Y
Y
N

N
Y
Y

05-01-10

Item

05-01-10

Item

05-01-10

Item

11-01-04

Item

08-01-09

Item
Meal

N
N

Y
Y

11-01-04

11-01-04

15 Minutes

11-01-04 12-31-13 15 Minutes


11-01-04 12-31-13 Day
11-01-04 12-31-13 Day
11-01-04

11-01-04

01-01-14
10-01-06

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HCPCS /
Modifiers
S9125
S9470
T1005
T1005 TG
T1016

Description

Crisis respite (day)


Nutritional counseling, diet
Crisis respite (15 minutes)
Crisis respite, specialized
AC Conversion
Waiver case management by
T1016 TF UC paraprofessional
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
Personal care services (PCA)
T1019
1:1
Personal care services (PCA)
T1019 HQ
1:3
Extended shared personal care
T1019 HQ UC services 1:3
Personal care services (PCA)
T1019 TT
1:2
Extended shared personal care
T1019 TT UC services 1:2
T1019 UA
Supervision of PCA
T1019 UC
Extended personal care 1:1
T2002
DT&H, non-pilot, transportation
Non-emergency transportation;
T2003
encounter/trip (one way)
Non-emergency transportation;
T2003 UC
encounter/trip (one way)
T2013
Specialist service
T2014
Prevocational services (day)
T2015
Prevocational services (hour)
Supported living services, adult
T2016
(day)
T2016 HA
Supported living services, child
Supported living services, adult,
T2016 U9
corporate AFC (day)
Supported living services, adult
T2017
(15 minutes)
T2017 HA
Supported living services, child
Supported living services, adult,
T2017 U9
corporate AFC (15 minutes)
T2018
Supported employment (day)
Supported employment (partial
T2018 U5
day)

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Start
Date

Unit Type

Time

Payments

Day
Visit
15 Minutes
15 Minutes
15 Minutes

N
N
N
N
Y

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

10-01-06

15 Minutes
15 Minutes

Y
Y

Y
Y

11-01-04

15 Minutes

11-01-04

15 Minutes

11-01-04

15 Minutes

11-01-04

15 Minutes

15 Minutes
15 Minutes
10-01-06
15 Minutes
11-01-04
10-01-06 12-31-13 Day
Trip, one
way
10-01-06
Trip, one
way
10-01-06
Hour
10-01-06
Day
10-01-06
Hour
10-01-06

N
N
Y
N

Y
Y
Y
Y

N
N
N
N

Y
Y
Y
Y

End Date

11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
07-01-01
10-01-06

11-01-04

10-01-06

Day
Day

N
N

Y
Y

10-01-06

Day

10-01-06

15 Minutes
15 Minutes

N
N

Y
Y

15 Minutes
10-01-06 12-31-13 Day
Day,
10-01-06 12-31-13 partial

N
N

Y
Y

10-01-06

10-01-06
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Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers


HCPCS /
Modifiers
T2019
T2020
T2020 U5

Description

T2021
T2021 TF
T2021 TG
T2021 UB
T2028 U1

CDCS - Personal assistance

T2028 U2

CDCS - Treatment and training


CDCS - Environmental
modifications and provisions
CDCS - Self direction support
activities
CDCS - Flexible case
management
Customized living services
(monthly)
24-hour customized living
(monthly)
24-hour customized living
(corporate)
Customized living services
(daily)
Residential care services
Supported living services, adult
(month)

T2028 U4
T2028 U8
T2030
T2030 TG
T2030 TG U9
T2031
T2032
T2032

T2032

T2032 HA
T2032 HA
T2032 U9

Unit Type

Time

Payments

15 Minutes

Day
Day,
10-01-06 12-31-13 partial

15 Minutes
10-01-06 12-31-13 15 Minutes
10-01-06 12-31-13 15 Minutes
10-01-06 12-31-13 15 Minutes
Dollar
amount
10-01-04
Dollar
amount
10-01-04
Dollar
amount
10-01-04
Dollar
amount
10-01-04
Dollar
amount
10-01-04

N
N
N
N

Y
Y
Y
Y

10-01-06 12-31-13 Month

10-01-06 12-31-13 Month

10-01-06 12-31-13 Month

10-01-06

Day
10-01-06 12-31-13 Month

N
N

Y
Y

10-01-06 12-31-13 Month

End Date

Supported employment (15


minutes)
10-01-06
DT&H, non-pilot/Structured day
program
10-01-06
DT&H, non-pilot
DT&H pilot, Rate
day program
DT&H pilot, Rate
DT&H pilot, Rate
DT&H pilot, Rate

T2028 U3

Start
Date

D/Structured

10-01-06

B
A
C

Bimonthly
Supported living services, adult
(2 X
(semi-monthly)
10-01-06 12-31-13 month)
Bimonthly
Supported living services, child
(2 X
(semi-monthly)
10-01-06 12-31-13 month)
Supported living services, child
(month)
10-01-06 12-31-13 Month
Supported living services, adult,
corporate AFC (month)
10-01-06 12-31-13 Month

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Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers


HCPCS /
Modifiers

T2032 U9
T2033
T2038
T2038 TF
T2038 U1
T2038 U2
T2040
T2041
X5527

Description

Start
Date

End Date

Unit Type

Bimonthly
Supported living services, adult,
(2 X
corporate AFC (semi-monthly)
10-01-06 12-31-13 month)
Residential care services
Day
10-01-06
Dollar
Transitional services
amount
11-01-04
Housing access coordination
10-01-06 12-31-13 Each time
Dollar
Transitional services, furniture 11-01-04
amount
Dollar
Transitional services, supplies
amount
11-01-04
CDCS - Background check
15 Minutes
10-01-04
CDCS - Mandatory case
15 Minutes
management
10-01-04
Dollar
AC Discretionary service
amount
07-01-99

Time

Payments

N
N

Y
Y

N
N

Y
Y

N
N

Y
Y

Table 2-20: Valid HCPCS/Modifiers for Waivers and AC

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2.1.11.2 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records by HCPCS/Modifiers


Following is a list of the HCPCS/Modifiers for Waiver and AC assigned to a claim for
Time records based on the Time record's Service and Activity listed by
HCPCS/Modifiers.
Note: Start and End Dates are defined as follows:

HCPCS/Modifiers

The date range that the HCPCS/Modifiers code is valid

Service

The date range that the Service with the


HCPCS/Modifiers is valid

Activity

The date range that the Activity with the Service is valid
for the HCPCS/Modifiers

Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Description
Modifiers
H2032 - Independent living skills, maintenance
147 Independent living skills
45 Maintenance
647 Independent living skills
45 Maintenance
H2032 HQ - Independent living skills, group therapy
147 Independent living skills
44 Group therapy
647 Independent living skills
44 Group therapy
H2032 TF - Independent living skills, counseling
147 Independent living skills
11 Counseling
647 Independent living skills
11 Counseling
H2032 TG - Independent living skills, individual therapy
147 Independent living skills
43 Individual therapy
647 Independent living skills
43 Individual therapy
S5110 - Family training
156 - Group counseling
39 Family counseling/training (BI,
CAC, CADI)
656 - Group counseling
39 Family counseling/training (BI,
CAC, CADI)

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Start
Date
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

End
Date
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Description
Modifiers
S5115 - Caregiver training/education
624 - Home-based support services
33 Training - family/individual
S5116 - Caregiver training/education
502 - Community education and prevention
33 Training - family/individual
531 - In-home family support services
33 Training - family/individual
624 - Home-based support services
33 Training - family/individual
S5116 TF Caregiver Assessment
607 - General Assessment
91530000 Caregiver Assessment
S5120 - Chore services
623 - Chore services
29 Service delivery
S5125 - DD, in home family support (15 minutes)
531 - In-home family support services
29 Service delivery
S5130 - Homemaker services cleaning only (15 minutes)
125 - Homemaking services
29 Service delivery
525 - Homemaking services
29 Service delivery
625 - Homemaking services
29 Service delivery
S5135 - Companion care, adult/Personal support
145 - Social and recreational
20 Personal support
DD only
622 - Companion services
29 Service delivery
AC, EW, CADI, BI only
645 - Social and recreational service
20 Personal support
DD only
S5150 - Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
689 - Respite care
107 Service delivery, in home

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Date
07/01/13
07/01/13
07/01/13
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
04/01/10
04/01/10
04/01/10
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

End
Date

06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13

12/31/13
12/31/13

12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
07/01/07 12/31/13

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HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Description
Modifiers
S5150 - Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
689 - Respite care
107 Service delivery, in home
S5150 UB - Respite care, out of home
689 - Respite care
108 Service delivery, out of home
T1016 - AC Conversion
691 - AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
5 Case conversion AC
T1016 TF UC - Waiver case management by
paraprofessional
191 - CAC/CADI/BI case management
19 Paraprofessional case management
691 - AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
19 Paraprofessional case management
T1016 UC - Waiver case management
191 - CAC/CADI/BI case management
7 Client contact
8 Collateral contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
34 Transportation
DD & BI only
35 Travel in county
DD & BI only
36 Travel out of county
DD & BI only
591 - DD waiver case management
7 Client contact
8 Collateral contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
31 Service planning
DD only
34 Transportation
DD & BI only
35 Travel in county
DD & BI only
36 Travel out of county
DD & BI only
691 - AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
7 Client contact
8 Collateral contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination

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Start
End
Date
Date
01/01/14
01/01/14
01/01/14
10/01/06
10/01/06 06/30/14
07/01/07 06/30/14
07/01/01
07/01/01
07/01/01
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Description
Modifiers
16 Documentation
34 Transportation
DD & BI only
35 Travel in county
DD & BI only
36 Travel out of county
DD & BI only
T1019 - Personal care services (PCA) 1:1
624 - Home-based support services
42 Service delivery - personal care
assistance
T1019 UC - Extended personal care 1:1
124 - Home-based support services
38 Service delivery - extended
personal care
624 - Home-based support services
38 Service delivery - extended
personal care
T2041 - CDCS - Mandatory case management
658 - Approved pilot projects
105 CDCS - Mandatory case
management

Start
Date
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04

Table 2-21: Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers

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2.1.11.3 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records by Service and Activity
Following is a list of the HCPCS/Modifiers for Waiver and AC assigned to a claim for
Time records based on the Time record's Service and Activity listed by Service and
Activity.
Note: Start and End Dates are the date range that the Service and Activity are valid
with the HCPCS/Modifiers.

Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

124 - Home-based support services


38 - Service delivery - extended personal care
T1019 UC
Extended personal care 1:1
125 - Homemaking services
29 - Service delivery
S5130
Homemaker services cleaning only
(15 minutes)
145 - Social and recreational
20 - Personal support
DD only
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal
support
147 Independent living skills
11 Counseling
H2032 TF
Independent living skills, counseling
43 - Individual therapy
H2032 TG
Independent living skills, individual
therapy
44 - Group therapy
H2032 HQ
Independent living skills, group
therapy
45 Maintenance
H2032
Independent living skills,
maintenance
156 - Group counseling
39 - Family counseling/training (BI, CAC, CADI)
S5110
Family training

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Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04

11/01/04

11/01/04 12/31/13

12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13
12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13
12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13
12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13

11/01/04

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

191 - CAC/CADI/BI case management


7 - Client contact
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
8 - Collateral contact
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
9 - Consultation
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
10 - Coordination
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
16 Documentation
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
19 - Paraprofessional case management
T1016 TF
Waiver case management by
UC
paraprofessional
34 - Transportation
DD & BI only
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
35 - Travel in county
DD & BI only
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
36 - Travel out of county
DD & BI only
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
502 - Community education and prevention
33 - Training - family/individual
S5116
Caregiver training/education
525 - Homemaking services
29 - Service delivery
S5130
Homemaker services cleaning only
(15 minutes)
531 - In-home family support services
29 - Service delivery
S5125
DD, in home family support (15
minutes)
33 - Training - family/individual
S5116
Caregiver training/education

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Start
Date

End
Date

10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

10/01/06

10/01/06

10/01/06

11/01/04 06/30/13

11/01/04

11/01/04 12/31/13

11/01/04 06/30/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Start
Date

Description

591 - DD waiver case management


7 - Client contact
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
8 - Collateral contact
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
9 Consultation
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
10 Coordination
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
16 Documentation
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
31 - Service planning

10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
DD only

T1016 UC
Waiver case management
34 - Transportation
DD & BI
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
35 - Travel in county
DD & BI
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
36 - Travel out of county
DD & BI
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
607 General Assessment
91530000 - Caregiver Assessment
S5116 TF
Caregiver Assessment
622 - Companion services
29 - Service delivery
AC, EW, CADI, BI
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal
support
623 - Chore services
29 - Service delivery
S5120
Chore services

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End
Date

10/01/06
only
10/01/06
only
10/01/06
only
10/01/06

04/01/10 06/30/13

only

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11/01/04

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

624 Home-based support services


33 - Training - family/individual
S5115
Caregiver training/education
S5116
Caregiver training/education
38 - Service delivery - extended personal care
T1019 UC
Extended personal care 1:1
42 - Service delivery - personal care assistance
T1019
Personal care services (PCA) 1:1
625 - Homemaking services
29 - Service delivery
S5130
Homemaker services cleaning only
(15 minutes)
645 - Social and recreational service
20 - Personal support
DD only
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal
support
647 Independent living skills
11 - Counseling
H2032 TF
Independent living skills, counseling
43 - Individual therapy
H2032 TG
Independent living skills, individual
therapy
44 - Group therapy
H2032 HQ
Independent living skills, group
therapy
45 - Maintenance
H2032
Independent living skills,
maintenance
656 - Group counseling
39 - Family counseling/training (CADI, BI)
CADI & BI only
S5110
Family training
41 - Family counseling (CAC)
CAC only
S5110
Family training
658 - Approved pilot projects
105 - CDCS - Mandatory case management
T2041
CDCS - Mandatory case
management

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Start
Date

End
Date

07/01/13
11/01/04 06/30/13
11/01/04 06/30/13
11/01/04 06/30/13

11/01/04

11/01/04 12/31/13

01/01/08 12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13

01/01/08 12/31/13

01/01/08 12/31/13

11/01/04

11/01/04

10/01/04

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

689 - Respite care


107 Service delivery, in home
S5150
Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
S5150
Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
108 Service delivery, out of home
S5150 UB
Respite care, out of home
691 - AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
5 - Case conversion - AC
T1016
AC Conversion
7 - Client contact
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
8 - Collateral contact
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
9 - Consultation
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
10 - Coordination
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
16 - Documentation
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
19 - Paraprofessional case management
T1016 TF
Waiver case management by
UC
paraprofessional
34 - Transportation
DD & BI only
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
35 - Travel in county
DD & BI only
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
36 - Travel out of county
DD & BI only
T1016 UC
Waiver case management

Start
Date

End
Date

07/01/07 12/31/13
01/01/14
07/01/07 06/30/14

07/01/01
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

10/01/06

10/01/06

10/01/06

Table 2-22: Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity

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2.1.11.4 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on


Payments by HCPCS/Modifiers
Following is a list of Services on Payments that are valid for HCPCS/Modifiers
claimable in SSIS for Waivers and AC listed by HCPCS/Modifiers.
Note: Start and End Dates are defined as follows:

HCPCS/Modifiers

The date range that the HCPCS/Modifiers code is valid

Service

The date range that the Service with the


HCPCS/Modifiers is valid

Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

H0025 - Behavioral Support, by analyst


118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
H0025 TF - Behavioral Support, by specialist
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
H0025 TG - Behavior Support, by professional
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
H0045 - Respite care services, not in home
189 Respite care
489 Child respite care
589 Respite care
689 Respite care
H2032 - Independent living skills, maintenance
147 Independent living skills
647 Independent living skills
H2032 HQ - Independent living skills, group therapy
147 Independent living skills
647 Independent living skills
H2032 TF - Independent living skills, counseling
147 Independent living skills
647 Independent living skills
H2032 TG - Independent living skills, individual therapy
147 Independent living skills
647 Independent living skills
S0215 UC - Transportation, mileage (commercial vehicle)
116 Transportation
516 Transportation
616 Transportation

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Start
Date
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
01/01/08
01/01/08
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

End
Date
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
06/30/14
06/30/14
06/30/14
06/30/14
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

S0215 UC - Transportation, mileage


116 Transportation
516 Transportation
616 Transportation
S5100 - Day care services, adult (15 minutes)
649 Adult day care
S5100 TF - Adult day care bath
649 Adult day care
S5100 U7 - Family adult day services (FADS) (15 minutes)
649 Adult day care
S5102 - Day care services, adult (day)
649 Adult day care
S5102 U7 - Family adult day services (FADS) (Day)
649 Adult day care
S5109 - Consumer training and education
145 Social and recreational
502 Community education and prevention
645 Social and recreational service
S5110 - Family training
156 Group counseling
656 Group counseling
S5115 - Caregiver training/education
624 Home-based support services
S5115 TF - Caregiver Coaching and Counseling/Caregiver
Assessment
607 General Assessment
S5116 - Caregiver training/education
502 Community education and prevention
531 In-home family support services
624 Home-based support services
S5116 TF - Caregiver Assessment
607 General Assessment
S5120 - Chore services
623 Chore services
S5125 - DD, in home family support (15 minutes)
531 In-home family support services
S5126 - Caregiver living expenses
564 Adult supported living services

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/08
11/01/08
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/08
11/01/08
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
07/01/13
07/01/13
07/01/13
07/01/13
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
04/01/10
04/01/10
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

End
Date

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13
06/30/13

12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

S5126 TG - DD, in home family support (day)


531 In-home family support services
S5130 Homemaker services cleaning only (15 minutes)
125 Homemaking services
525 Homemaking services
625 Homemaking services
S5131 - Homemaker services (day)
625 Homemaking services
S5135 - Companion care, adult/Personal support
145 Social and recreational
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
618 Health-related services
622 Companion services
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
645 Social and recreational service
S5135 U9 - Behavioral programming by aide
118 Health-related services
145 Social and recreational
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
618 Health-related services
622 Companion services
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
645 Social and recreational service
S5135 UA - BI night supervision
118 Health-related services
145 Social and recreational
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
618 Health-related services
622 Companion services
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
645 Social and recreational service

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
12/31/13

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

S5135 UB - 24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)


118 Health-related services
145 Social and recreational
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
618 Health-related services
622 Companion services
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
645 Social and recreational service
S5136 - Personal support
145 Social and recreational
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
622 Companion services
645 Social and recreational service
S5136 UB - 24 hour emergency assistance (day)
145 Social and recreational
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
645 Social and recreational service
S5140 - Foster care, adult (day)
681 Adult foster care
S5140 U9 - Foster care, adult, corporate (day)
681 Adult foster care
S5141 - Foster care, adult (month)
681 Adult foster care
S5141 HQ - Foster care, adult (month)
681 Adult foster care
S5141 U9 - Foster care, adult, corporate (month)
681 Adult foster care
S5145 - Foster care, child (day)
181 Child family foster care
S5146 - Foster care, child (month)
181 Child family foster care
S5150 - Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
118 Health-related services
189 Respite care
589 Respite care
689 Respite care

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

S5150 UB - Respite care, out of home


189 Respite care
589 Respite care
689 Respite care
S5151 - Respite care, in home (day)
189 Respite care
589 Respite care
689 Respite care
S5160 - Emergency response system- installation and
testing
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
S5161 - Emergency response system- service fee, per
month
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
S5162 -Emergency response system- purchase
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
S5165 - Environmental accessibility adaptations, Home
Modifications/Install and Expenses
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
541 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
S5165 U3 - Environmental accessibility adaptations, square
footage
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
541 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
05/01/10

End
Date
06/30/14
06/30/14
06/30/14
06/30/14
06/30/14
06/30/14

05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
08/01/09
08/01/09
08/01/09

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

S5170 - Home delivered meals


628 Home delivered meals
S9125 - Crisis respite (day)
589 Respite care
S9470 - Nutritional counseling, diet
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1005 - Crisis respite (15 minutes)
589 Respite care
T1005 TG - Crisis respite, specialized
589 Respite care
T1016 - AC Conversion
691 AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
T1016 TF UC - Waiver case management by
paraprofessional
191 CAC/CADI/BI case management
691 AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
T1016 UC - Waiver case management
191 CAC/CADI/BI case management
591 DD waiver case management
691 AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management
T1019 - Personal care services (PCA) 1:1
624 Home-based support services
T1019 HQ - Personal care services (PCA) 1:3
124 Home-based support services
624 Home-based support services
T1019 HQ UC - Extended shared personal care services 1:3
124 Home-based support services
624 Home-based support services
T1019 TT - Personal care services (PCA) 1:2
124 Home-based support services
624 Home-based support services
T1019 TT UC - Extended shared personal care services 1:2
124 Home-based support services
624 Home-based support services
T1019 UA - Supervision of PCA
624 Home-based support services

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
07/01/01
07/01/01
10/01/06

End
Date
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
10/01/06

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

T1019 UC - Extended personal care 1:1


124 Home-based support services
624 Home-based support services
T2002 - DT&H, non-pilot, transportation
566 Day Training and Habilitation
T2003 - Non-emergency transportation; encounter/trip
(one way)
616 Transportation
T2003 UC - Non-emergency transportation; encounter/trip
(one way)
116 Transportation
516 Transportation
616 Transportation
T2013 - Specialist service
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
T2014 - Prevocational services (day)
649 Adult day care
T2015 - Prevocational services (hour)
649 Adult day care
T2016 - Supported living services, adult (day)
564 Adult supported living services
T2016 HA - Supported living services, child
565 Child supported living services
T2016 U9 - Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(day)
564 Adult supported living services
T2017 - Supported living services, adult (15 minutes)
564 Adult supported living services
T2017 HA - Supported living services, child
565 Child supported living services
T2017 U9 -Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(15 minutes)
564 Adult supported living services
T2018 - Supported employment (day)
538 Extended and supported employment
638 Extended employment
T2018 U5 - Supported employment (partial day)
538 Extended and supported employment

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/07
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

T2019 - Supported employment (15 minutes)


538 Extended and supported employment
638 Extended employment
T2020 - DT&H, non-pilot/Structured day program
566 Day Training and Habilitation
618 Health-related services
T2020 U5 - DT&H, non-pilot
566 Day Training and Habilitation
T2021 - DT&H pilot, Rate D/Structured day program
566 Day Training and Habilitation
618 Health-related services
T2021 TF - DT&H pilot, Rate B
566 Day Training and Habilitation
T2021 TG - DT&H pilot, Rate A
566 Day Training and Habilitation
T2021 UB - DT&H pilot, Rate C
566 Day Training and Habilitation
T2028 U1 - CDCS - Personal assistance
158 Approved pilot projects
558 Approved pilot projects
658 Approved pilot projects
T2028 U2 - CDCS - Treatment and training
158 Approved pilot projects
558 Approved pilot projects
658 Approved pilot projects
T2028 U3 - CDCS - Environmental modifications and
provisions
158 Approved pilot projects
558 Approved pilot projects
658 Approved pilot projects
T2028 U4 - CDCS - Self direction support activities
158 Approved pilot projects
558 Approved pilot projects
658 Approved pilot projects
T2028 U8 - CDCS - Flexible case management
158 Approved pilot projects
558 Approved pilot projects
658 Approved pilot projects

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04

End
Date
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

T2030 Customized living services (monthly)


627 Customized Living/Residential Care
T2030 TG - 24-hour customized living (monthly)
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
T2030 TG U9 - 24-hour customized living (corporate)
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
T2031 - Customized living services (daily)
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
T2032 Residential care services
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
T2032 - Supported living services, adult (month)
564 Adult supported living services
T2032 - Supported living services, adult (semi-monthly)
564 Adult supported living services
T2032 HA - Supported living services, child (monthly)
565 Child supported living services
T2032 HA - Supported living services, child (semi-monthly)
565 Child supported living services
T2032 U9 - Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(month)
564 Adult supported living services
T2032 U9 - Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(semi-month)
564 Adult supported living services
T2033 - Residential care services
627 Customized Living/Residential Care
T2038 - Transitional services
644 Housing Access Services
T2038 TF - Housing access coordination
564 Adult supported living services
565 Child supported living services
T2038 U1 - Transitional services, furniture
644 Housing Access Services
T2038 U2 - Transitional services, supplies
644 Housing Access Services
T2040 - CDCS - Background check
158 Approved pilot projects
558 Approved pilot projects
658 Approved pilot projects

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date

End
Date

10-01-06
10-01-06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
10/01/05
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
10/01/05
11/01/04
10/01/05
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04
10/01/04

12/31/13
12/31/13

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

T2041 - CDCS - Mandatory case management


658 Approved pilot projects
X5527 - AC Discretionary service
618 Health-related services

Start
Date

End
Date

10/01/04
10/01/04
07/01/99
07/01/99

Table 2-23: Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers

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2.1.11.5 Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on


Payments by Service
Following is a list of HCPCS/Modifiers available on Services on Payments that are
claimable in SSIS for Waivers and AC listed by Service.
Note: Start and End Dates are the date range that the Service with the
HCPCS/Modifiers is valid

Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

116 - Transportation
S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage (commercial vehicle)
S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage
T2003 UC
Non-emergency transportation; encounter/trip
(one way)
118 - Health-related services
H0025
Behavioral Support, by analyst
H0025 TF
Behavioral Support, by specialist
H0025 TG
Behavior Support, by professional
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S5150
Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
S9470
Nutritional counseling, diet
124 - Home-based support services
T1019 HQ
Personal care services (PCA) 1:3
T1019 HQ UC Extended shared personal care services 1:3
T1019 TT
Personal care services (PCA) 1:2
T1019 TT UC Extended shared personal care services 1:2
T1019 UC
Extended personal care 1:1
125 - Homemaking services
S5130
Homemaker services cleaning only (15
minutes)

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date

End
Date

10/01/06 12/31/12
10/01/06
10/01/06

10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

141 - Env. accessibility adaptations, spec. supplies & equip.


S5160
Emergency response system- installation and
testing
S5161
Emergency response system- service fee, per
month
S5162
Emergency response system- purchase
S5165
Environmental accessibility adaptations, Home
Modifications/Install and Expenses
S5165 U3
Environmental accessibility adaptations, square
footage
145 - Social and recreational
S5109
Consumer training and education
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S5136
Personal support
S5136 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (day)
147 Independent living skills
H2032
Independent living skills, maintenance
H2032 HQ
Independent living skills, group therapy
H2032 TF
Independent living skills, counseling
H2032 TG
Independent living skills, individual therapy
156 - Group counseling
S5110
Family training
158 - Approved pilot projects
T2028 U1
CDCS - Personal assistance
T2028 U2
CDCS - Treatment and training
T2028 U3
CDCS - Environmental modifications and
provisions
T2028 U4
CDCS - Self direction support activities
T2028 U8
CDCS - Flexible case management
T2040
CDCS - Background check
181 - Child family foster care
S5145
Foster care, child (day)
S5146
Foster care, child (month)

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Healthcare Claiming
Requirements

Start
Date

End
Date

05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
11/01/04
08/01/09

10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08
01/01/08

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

189 - Respite care


H0045
Respite care services, not in home
S5150
Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
S5150 UB
Respite care, out of home
S5151
Respite care, in home (day)
191 - CAC/CADI/BI case management
T1016 TF UC Waiver case management by paraprofessional
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
489 - Child respite care
H0045
Respite care services, not in home
502 - Community education and prevention
S5109
Consumer training and education
S5116
Caregiver training/education
516 - Transportation
S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage (commercial vehicle)
S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage
T2003 UC
Non-emergency transportation; encounter/trip
(one way)
525 - Homemaking services
S5130
Homemaker services cleaning only (15
minutes)
531 - In-home family support services
S5116
Caregiver training/education
S5125
DD, in home family support (15 minutes)
S5126 TG
DD, in home family support (day)
538 - Extended and supported employment
T2018
Supported employment (day)
T2018 U5
Supported employment (partial day)
T2019
Supported employment (15 minutes)

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Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04

06/30/14
12/31/13
06/30/14
06/30/14

10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04 06/30/14
10/01/06
11/01/04 06/30/13
10/01/06 12/31/12
10/01/06
10/01/07

11/01/04

11/01/04 06/30/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13

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Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

541 - Env. accessibility adaptations, spec. supplies & equip.


S5165
Environmental accessibility adaptations, Home
Modifications/Install and Expenses
S5165 U3
Environmental accessibility adaptations, square
footage
558 - Approved pilot projects
T2028 U1
CDCS - Personal assistance
T2028 U2
CDCS - Treatment and training
T2028 U3
CDCS - Environmental modifications and
provisions
T2028 U4
CDCS - Self direction support activities
T2028 U8
CDCS - Flexible case management
T2040
CDCS - Background check
564 - Adult supported living services
S5126
Caregiver living expenses
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S5136
Personal support
S5136 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (day)
T2013
Specialist service
T2016
Supported living services, adult (day)
T2016 U9
Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(day)
T2017
Supported living services, adult (15 minutes)
T2017 U9
Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(15 minutes)
T2032
Supported living services, adult (month)
T2032
Supported living services, adult (semi-monthly)
T2032 U9
Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(month)
T2032 U9
Supported living services, adult, corporate AFC
(semi-monthly)
T2038 TF
Housing access coordination
565 - Child supported living services
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S5136
Personal support

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Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
08/01/09

10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

566

589

591
607

616

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

S5136 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (day)
T2013
Specialist service
T2016 HA
Supported living services, child
T2017 HA
Supported living services, child
T2032 HA
Supported living services, child (month)
T2032 HA
Supported living services, child (semi-monthly)
T2038 TF
Housing access coordination
- Day Training and Habilitation
T2002
DT&H, non-pilot, transportation
T2020
DT&H, non-pilot/Structured day program
T2020 U5
DT&H, non-pilot
T2021
DT&H pilot, Rate D/Structured day program
T2021 TF
DT&H pilot, Rate B
T2021 TG
DT&H pilot, Rate A
T2021 UB
DT&H pilot, Rate C
- Respite care
H0045
Respite care services, not in home
S5150
Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
S5150 UB
Respite care, out of home
S5151
Respite care, in home (day)
S9125
Crisis respite (day)
T1005
Crisis respite (15 minutes)
T1005 TG
Crisis respite, specialized
- DD waiver case management
T1016 UC
Waiver case management
General Assessment
S5115 TF
Caregiver Coaching and Counseling/Caregiver
Assessment
S5116 TF
Caregiver Assessment
- Transportation
S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage (commercial vehicle)
S0215 UC
Transportation, mileage
T2003
Non-emergency transportation; encounter/trip
(one way)
T2003 UC
Non-emergency transportation; encounter/trip
(one way)

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Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

06/30/14
12/31/13
06/30/14
06/30/14
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

10/01/06
07/01/13
04/01/10 06/30/13
10/01/06 12/31/12
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

618 - Health-related services


H0025
Behavioral Support, by analyst
H0025 TF
Behavioral Support, by specialist
H0025 TG
Behavior Support, by professional
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S9470
Nutritional counseling, diet
T2020
DT&H, non-pilot/Structured day program
T2021
DT&H pilot, Rate D/Structured day program
X5527
AC Discretionary service
622 - Companion services
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S5136
Personal support
623 - Chore services
S5120
Chore services
624 - Home-based support services
S5115
Caregiver training/education
S5116
Caregiver training/education
T1019
Personal care services (PCA) 1:1
T1019 HQ
Personal care services (PCA) 1:3
T1019 HQ UC Extended shared personal care services 1:3
T1019 TT
Personal care services (PCA) 1:2
T1019 TT UC Extended shared personal care services 1:2
T1019 UA
Supervision of PCA
T1019 UC
Extended personal care 1:1
625 - Homemaking services
S5130
Homemaker services cleaning only (15
minutes)
S5131
Homemaker services (day)

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Start
Date

End
Date

10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
10/01/06
07/01/99

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
07/01/13
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04

06/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
11/01/04 12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

627 - Customized Living/Residential Care


S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
T2030
Customized living
T2030 TG
24-hour customized living (monthly)
T2030 TG U9 24-hour customized living (monthly)
T2031
Customized living services (daily)
T2032
Residential care services
T2033
Residential care services
628 - Home delivered meals
S5170
Home delivered meals
638 - Extended employment
T2018
Supported employment (day)
T2019
Supported employment (15 minutes)
641 - Env. accessibility adaptations, spec. supplies & equip.
S5160
Emergency response system- installation and
testing
S5161
Emergency response system- service fee, per
month
S5162
Emergency response system- purchase
S5165
Environmental accessibility adaptations, Home
Modifications/Install and Expenses
S5165 U3
Environmental accessibility adaptations, square
footage
644 - Housing Access Services
T2038
Transitional services
T2038 U1
Transitional services, furniture
T2038 U2
Transitional services, supplies
645 - Social and recreational service
S5109
Consumer training and education
S5135
Companion care, adult/Personal support
S5135 U9
Behavioral programming by aide
S5135 UA
BI night supervision
S5135 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (15 minutes)
S5136
Personal support
S5136 UB
24 hour emergency assistance (day)
647 Independent living skills
H2032
Independent living skills, maintenance
H2032 HQ
Independent living skills, group therapy

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Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
10/01/06 12/31/13
05/01/10
05/01/10
05/01/10
11/01/04
08/01/09

10/01/05
10/01/05
10/01/05
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

12/31/13
04/30/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

01/01/08 12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

649 -

656 658 -

681 -

689 -

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

H2032 TF
Independent living skills, counseling
H2032 TG
Independent living skills, individual therapy
Adult day care
S5100
Day care services, adult (15 minutes)
S5100 U7
Family adult day services (FADS) (15 minutes)
S5100 TF
Adult day care bath
S5102
Day care services, adult (day)
S5102 U7
Family adult day services (FADS) (day)
T2014
Prevocational services (day)
T2015
Prevocational services (hour)
Group counseling
S5110
Family training
Approved pilot projects
T2028 U1
CDCS - Personal assistance
T2028 U2
CDCS - Treatment and training
T2028 U3
CDCS - Environmental modifications and
provisions
T2028 U4
CDCS - Self direction support activities
T2028 U8
CDCS - Flexible case management
T2040
CDCS - Background check
T2041
CDCS - Mandatory case management
Adult foster care
S5140
Foster care, adult (day)
S5140 U9
Foster care, adult, corporate (day)
S5141
Foster care, adult (month)
S5141 HQ
Foster care, adult (month)
S5141 U9
Foster care, adult, corporate (month)
Respite care
H0045
Respite care services, not in home
S5150
Respite care, in home (15 minutes)
S5150 UB
Respite care, out of home
S5151
Respite care, in home (day)

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Start
Date

End
Date

01/01/08 12/31/13
01/01/08 12/31/13
11/01/04
11/01/08
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/08
10/01/06
10/01/06

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04 12/31/13
10/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04

12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13
12/31/13

11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04

06/30/14
12/31/13
06/30/14
06/30/14

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Waiver and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by Service


Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

691 - AC/EW/CAC/CADI/BI case management


T1016
AC Conversion
T1016 TF UC Waiver case management by paraprofessional
T1016 UC
Waiver case management

Start
Date

End
Date

07/01/01
10/01/06
10/01/06

Table 2-24: Waivers and AC HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


Service

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2.1.12 Non-automated Claim Category


Some HCPCS/Modifiers used by counties cannot be claimed using SSIS, either
because the system is not structured to collect the needed data or because SSIS and
the policy group has not met to define the claiming requirements in SSIS. Nonautomated HCPCS/Modifiers can be claimed using MN-ITS.

2.1.12.1 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers


Following is a list of the HCPCS/Modifiers that cannot be claimed through SSIS.
Payments with these HCPCS/Modifiers and Time records with a Service and Activity
listed for the HCPCS/Modifiers are displayed on the non-automated claiming reports.
Counties can claim these Payments and Time records through MN-ITS if the record is
billable based on the claiming criteria for the HCPCS/Modifier.
Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

90882
90882 HK
90882 HM

90882 HM UD
90882 UD
E1399
E1399 NU
E1399 RR
E1399 RB
G0154
H0001
H0002
H0018
H0019
H0035
H0040
H2017

Description

Community intervention,
indiv.
Community intervention, crisis
response
Community intervention,
indiv. by rehab worker
Community intervention,
indiv., transitional by rehab
worker
Community intervention,
indiv., transitional
Durable medical equipment
Durable medical equipment,
new
Durable medical equipment,
rental
Durable medical equipment,
repair
Direct skilled nursing services
- LPN or RN - home
Alcohol and/or Drug
Assessment
Behavioral Health Eligibility
Screening
Crisis stabilization, residential
Intensive Residential Rehab.
Treatment (IRT)
Partial hospitalization
Assertive Community
Treatment (ACT)
Psychosocial rehab., indiv.

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Start
Date

Time

Payments

11-01-04 05/31/13 Item

N
N

Y
Y

Item

Item

Item

11-01-04

15 Minutes

07-01-09

Screening

07-01-09

Screening
Day

Y
N

N
Y

Day
Day

N
N

Y
Y

Day
15 Minutes

Y
N

N
Y

End Date

01-01-02
01-01-10
01-01-02

Unit Type

Session
Session
Session
Session

01-01-02
01-01-02

06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13

01-01-04
07-01-04
01-01-04
07-01-04
01-01-04

Session

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

Psychosocial rehab., indiv. by


rehab worker
Psychosocial rehab., group by
H2017 HM HQ rehab worker
H2017 HM HQ Psychosocial rehab., group,
UD
transitional by rehab worker
Psychosocial rehab., indiv.,
H2017 HM UD transitional by rehab worker
H2017 HQ
Psychosocial rehab., group
Psychosocial rehab., group,
H2017 HQ UD transitional
Psychosocial rehab., indiv.,
H2017 UD
transitional
Therapeutic behavioral
H2019 HE UA services, direction of MHBA
Therapeutic behavioral
H2019 HM UA services, Level II MHBA
Therapeutic behavioral
H2019 UA
services - Level I MHBA
S9128 UC
Extended speech therapy
Extended occupational
S9129 TF UC
therapy assistant
Extended occupational
S9129 UC
therapy
Extended physical therapy
S9131 TF UC
assistant
S9131 UC
Extended physical therapy
Crisis assessment,
intervention and stabilization,
non-residential, ind. by
S9484
professional
Crisis assessment,
intervention and stabilization,
non-residential, ind. by rehab.
S9484 HM
worker
Crisis assessment,
intervention and stabilization,
non-residential, ind. by
S9484 HN
practitioner
Crisis assessment,
intervention and stabilization,
S9484 HQ
non-residential, group
T1002
RN, regular
T1002 TG
RN, complex
H2017 HM

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Start
Date

Unit Type

Time

Payments

01-01-04

15 Minutes

01-01-04

15 Minutes

01-01-04

15 Minutes

01-01-04
01-01-04

15 Minutes
15 Minutes

N
N

Y
Y

01-01-04

15 Minutes

01-01-04

15 Minutes

07-01-04

15 Minutes

07-01-04

15 Minutes

07-01-04
11-01-04

15 Minutes
Visit

N
N

Y
Y

11-01-04

Visit

11-01-04

Visit

11-01-04
11-01-04

Visit
Visit

N
N

Y
Y

01-01-04

Hour

01-01-04

Hour

01-01-10

Hour

01-01-04

Hour
15 Minutes
15 Minutes

Y
N
N

Y
Y
Y

End Date

11-01-04
11-01-04

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

T1002
T1002
T1002
T1002
T1003
T1003
T1003
T1003
T1003
T1003

TG UC
TT
TT UC
UC
TG
TG UC
TT
TT UC
UC

T1004
T1021
T1030
T1030 GT
T2001 UC
T2011
T2025
T2025 UD
T2029
X5632
X5639
X5640

Description

Start
Date

RN, complex, extended


RN, regular 1:2
RN, regular, extended 1:2
RN, regular, extended 1:1
LPN, regular
LPN, complex
LPN, complex, extended
LPN, regular 1:2
LPN, regular, extended 1:2
LPN, regular, extended 1:1
Home health aide/extended
home health aide
Home health aide visit
Home health skilled nurse

11-01-04

Home health telehomecare


Transportation, extra
attendant
PASRR Level II Screening
Consumer Support Grant
(CSG)
Family Support Grant (FSG)
with CSG
Assistive technology/Supplies
and equip., extended
MH preadmission screening
PAS/ARR MH diag asses
Masters
PAS/ARR MH diag asses PhD

11-01-04

Time

Payments

Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes
Minutes

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

15 Minutes
Visit
Visit
Dollar
amount

Y
Y
N

Y
Y
Y

Trip, client
Screening
Dollar
amount
Dollar
amount

N
N

Y
Y

Item
15 Minutes

N
N

Y
Y

30 Minutes
30 Minutes

N
N

Y
Y

End Date

11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
11-01-04
07-01-09
11-01-04
11-01-04

10-01-06
09-01-12
06-01-06
06-01-06
10-01-06
01-01-99
01-01-99
01-01-99

Unit Type

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

Table 2-25: Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers

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2.1.12.2 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records by HCPCS/Modifiers


Following is a list of the non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers that can be assigned to a
claim for Time records based on the Time record's Service and Activity listed by
HCPCS/Modifiers.
Note: Start and End Dates are defined as follows:

HCPCS/Modifiers

The date range that the HCPCS/Modifiers code is valid

Service

The date range that the Service with the


HCPCS/Modifiers is valid

Activity

The date range that the Activity with the Service is valid
for the HCPCS/Modifiers

Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Modifiers

Description

H0001 - Alcohol and/or Drug Assessment


305 Rule 215 Assessments
7 Client Contact
H0002 - Behavioral Health Eligibility Screening
490 - Child Rule 79 case management
17 Eligibility/Financial Fee
Assessment
491 Adult Rule 79 case management
17 Eligibility/Financial Fee
Assessment
H0040 - Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
438 - Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
7 Client contact
8 Collateral contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
Paraprofessional case
19 management
29 Service delivery
31 Service planning
34 Transportation
91308885 Group time - .5 hours
91308887 Group time - 1 hour
91308889 Group time - 1.5 hours
91308891 Group time - 2 hours
91308893 Group time - 4 hours

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Date

End
Date

07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07-01-04
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Modifiers

Description

S9484 - Crisis assessment, intervention and


stabilization, non-residential, ind. by professional
431 - Adult mobile crisis services
7 Client contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
S9484 HM - Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by rehab. worker
431 - Adult mobile crisis services
7 Client contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
S9484 HN - Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by practitioner
431 - Adult mobile crisis services
7 Client contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
S9484 HQ - Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, group
431 - Adult mobile crisis services
7 Client contact
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
T1004 - Home health aide/extended home health aide
124 - Home-based support services
30 Service delivery - extended home
health aide
CAC, CADI, BI only
624 - Home-based support services
29 Service delivery
AC only
30 Service delivery - extended home
health aide
T1021 - Home health aide visit
624 - Home-based support services
48 Service delivery - visit

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Date

End
Date

01/01/04
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/04
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/04
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
01/01/10
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09

07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Service Activity
Modifiers

Description

T2025 - Consumer Support Grant (CSG)


136 - Consumer Support Grant
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
636 - Consumer Support Grant
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
T2025 UD - Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
136 - Consumer Support Grant
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation
636 - Consumer Support Grant
9 Consultation
10 Coordination
16 Documentation

Start
Date

End
Date

06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06

Table 2-26: Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by


HCPCS/Modifiers

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2.1.12.3 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records by Service and Activity


Following is a list of the non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers that can be assigned to a
claim for Time records based on the Time record's Service and Activity listed by
Service and Activity.
Note: Start and End Dates are the date range that the Service and Activity are valid
with the HCPCS/Modifiers.

Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

124 - Home-based support services


30 - Service delivery - extended home health aide
CAC, CADI, BI only
T1004
Home health aide/extended home
health aide
136 - Consumer Support Grant
9 - Consultation
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
T2025 UD
Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
10 - Coordination
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
T2025 UD
Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
16 Documentation
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
T2025 UD
Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
305 Rule 215 Assessments
7 - Client Contact
H0001
Alcohol and/or Drug Assessment
431 - Adult mobile crisis services
7 - Client contact
S9484
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
professional
S9484 HM
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
rehab. worker
S9484 HN
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
practitioner
S9484 HQ
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, group
9 -Consultation

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07/01/09

06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers
S9484

S9484 HM

S9484 HN

S9484 HQ
10 -Coordination
S9484

S9484 HM

S9484 HN

S9484 HQ

Description
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
professional
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
rehab. worker
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
practitioner
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, group

01-01-10

Crisis assessment, intervention and


stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
professional
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
rehab. worker
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
practitioner
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, group

01-01-10

16 - Documentation
S9484
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
professional
S9484 HM
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
rehab. worker
S9484 HN
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by
practitioner
S9484 HQ
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, group

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Date

Healthcare Claiming
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End
Date

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

438 - Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)


7 - Client contact
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
8 -Collateral contact
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
9 -Consultation
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
10 -Coordination
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
16 - Documentation
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
19 -Paraprofessional case management
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
29 -Service delivery
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
31 -Service planning
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
34 -Transportation
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
91308885 - Group time - .5 hours
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
91308887 - Group time - 1 hour
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
91308889 - Group time - 1.5 hours
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
91308891 - Group time - 2 hours
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
91308893 - Group time - 4 hours
H0040
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
490 Child Rule 79 case management
17 - Eligibility/Financial Fee Assessment
H0002
Behavioral Health Eligibility Screening
491 Adult Rule 79 case management
17 - Eligibility/Financial Fee Assessment
H0002
Behavioral Health Eligibility Screening

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End
Date

01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-05
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08
01-01-08
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service


and Activity
Svc

Act

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

Start
Date

End
Date

624 - Home-based support services


29 - Service delivery

AC only
T1004
Home health aide/extended home
07/01/09
health aide
30 Service delivery - extended home health aide
AC, EW, CAC, CADI, BI only
T1004
Home health aide/extended home
07/01/09
health aide
48 - Service delivery - visit
T1021
Home health aide visit
11/01/04
636 - Consumer Support Grant
9 - Consultation
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
06-01-06
T2025 UD
Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
06-01-06
10 - Coordination
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
06-01-06
T2025 UD
Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
06-01-06
16 Documentation
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
06-01-06
T2025 UD
Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
06-01-06
Table 2-27: Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers for Time records - by Service
and Activity

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2.1.12.4 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on


Payments by HCPCS/Modifiers
Following is a list of Services on Payments that are valid for non-automated
HCPCS/Modifiers listed by HCPCS/Modifiers.
Note: Start and End Dates are defined as follows:

HCPCS/Modifiers

The date range that the HCPCS/Modifiers code is valid

Service

The date range that the Service with the


HCPCS/Modifiers is valid

Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

90882 - Community intervention, indiv.


Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
90882 HK - Community intervention, crisis response
431 Adult mobile crisis services
90882 HM - Community intervention, indiv. by rehab worker
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
90882 HM UD - Community intervention, indiv., transitional
by rehab worker
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
90882 UD - Community intervention, indiv., transitional
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
E1399 - Durable medical equipment
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
E1399 NU- Durable medical equipment, new
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
541 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
E1399 RR- Durable medical equipment, rental
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
541 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
E1399 RB- Durable medical equipment, repair

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End
Date

01-01-02
01-01-06
01-01-10
01-01-10
01-01-02
01-01-06
01-01-02
01-01-06
01-01-02
01-01-06
11-01-04 05-31-13
11-01-04 05-31-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

141

Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.


supplies & equip.
541 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
G0154 - Direct skilled nursing services - LPN or RN - home
618 Health-related services
H0018 - Crisis stabilization, residential
436 Adult residential crisis stabilization
H0019 - Intensive Residential Rehab. Treatment (IRT)
474 Adult residential treatment
H0035 - Partial hospitalization
469 Partial hospitalization
H2017 - Psychosocial rehab., indiv.
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 HM - Psychosocial rehab., indiv. by rehab worker
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 HM HQ - Psychosocial rehab., group by rehab worker
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 HM HQ UD - Psychosocial rehab., group, transitional
by rehab worker
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 HM UD - Psychosocial rehab., indiv., transitional by
rehab worker
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 HQ - Psychosocial rehab., group
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 HQ UD - Psychosocial rehab., group, transitional
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention
H2017 UD - Psychosocial rehab., indiv., transitional
Basic living/social skills and community
446 intervention

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Date

End
Date

06-01-13
06-01-13
06-01-13
11/01/04
11/01/04
01-01-04
01-01-04
07-01-04
07-01-04
01-01-04
01-01-04
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06
01-01-04
01-01-06

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

S9128 UC - Extended speech therapy


118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
S9129 TF UC - Extended occupational therapy assistant
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
S9129 UC - Extended occupational therapy
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
S9131 TF UC - Extended physical therapy assistant
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
S9131 UC - Extended physical therapy
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
S9484 - Crisis assessment, intervention and stabilization,
non-residential, ind. by professional
431 Adult mobile crisis services
S9484 HN - Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by practitioner
431 Adult mobile crisis services
S9484 HM - Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind. by rehab. worker
431 Adult mobile crisis services
S9484 HQ - Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, group
431 Adult mobile crisis services
H2019 HE UA - Therapeutic behavioral services, direction of
MHBA
Direction of child mental health behavioral
440 aides
H2019 HM UA - Therapeutic behavioral services, Level II
MHBA
439 Child mental health behavioral aide services
H2019 UA - Therapeutic behavioral services - Level I MHBA
439 Child mental health behavioral aide services
T1002 - RN, regular
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services

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Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
01-01-04
01-01-10
01-01-10
01-01-10
01-01-04
01-01-10
01-01-04
01-01-10
07-01-04
01-01-08
07-01-04
01-01-08
07-01-04
01-01-08
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

T1002 TG - RN, complex


118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1002 TG UC - RN, complex, extended
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1002 TT - RN, regular 1:2
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1002 TT UC - RN, regular, extended 1:2
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1002 UC - RN, regular, extended 1:1
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1003 - LPN, regular
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1003 TG - LPN, complex
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1003 TG UC - LPN, complex, extended
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1003 TT - LPN, regular 1:2
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1003 TT UC - LPN, regular, extended 1:2
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1003 UC - LPN, regular, extended 1:1
118 Health-related services
618 Health-related services
T1004 -Home health aide/extended home health aide
124 Home-based support services
624 Home-based support services
T1021 - Home health aide visit
624 Home-based support services

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Date

End
Date

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
07/01/09
07/01/09
07/01/09
11/01/04
11/01/04

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers
HCPCS /
Modifiers

Service

Description

T1030 - Home health skilled nurse


618 Health-related services
T1030 GT - Home health telehomecare
618 Health-related services
T2011 - PASRR Level II Screening
Adult Outpatient Diagnostic
408 Assessment/Psychological Testing
T2025 - Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
136 Consumer Support Grant
636 Consumer Support Grant
T2025 UD - Family Support Grant (FSG) with CSG
136 Consumer Support Grant
636 Consumer Support Grant
T2029 - Assistive technology/Supplies and equip., extended
141 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
541 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
641 Env. accessibility adaptations, spec.
supplies & equip.
X5632 - MH preadmission screening
Adult outpatient diagnostic
408 assessment/psychological testing
X5639 - PAS/ARR MH diag asses Masters
Adult outpatient diagnostic
408 assessment/psychological testing
X5640 - PAS/ARR MH diag asses PhD
Adult outpatient diagnostic
408 assessment/psychological testing

Start
Date

End
Date

11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04
11/01/04
09/01/12
09/01/12
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
06-01-06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
10/01/06
01-01-99
01-01-00
01-01-99
01-01-00
01-01-99
01-01-00

Table 2-28: Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


HCPCS/Modifiers

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2.1.12.5 Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on


Payments by Service
Following is a list of Services on Payments that are valid for non-automated
HCPCS/Modifiers listed by Service.
Note: Start and End Dates are the date range that the Service with the
HCPCS/Modifiers is valid

Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


Service
Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

118 - Health-related services


S9128 UC
Extended speech therapy
S9129 TF UC
Extended occupational therapy
assistant
S9129 UC
Extended occupational therapy
S9131 TF UC
Extended physical therapy assistant
S9131 UC
Extended physical therapy
T1002
RN, regular
T1002 TG
RN, complex
T1002 TG UC RN, complex, extended
T1002 TT
RN, regular 1:2
T1002 TT UC
RN, regular, extended 1:2
T1002 UC
RN, regular, extended 1:1
T1003
LPN, regular
T1003 TG
LPN, complex
T1003 TG UC LPN, complex, extended
T1003 TT
LPN, regular 1:2
T1003 TT UC
LPN, regular, extended 1:2
T1003 UC
LPN, regular, extended 1:1
124 - Home-based support services
T1004
Home health aide/extended home
health aide
136 - Consumer Support Grant
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
Family Support Grant (FSG) with
T2025 UD
CSG
141 - Env. accessibility adaptations, spec. supplies &
equip.

Start
Date
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
07/01/09

06-01-06
06-01-06

E1399 NU

Durable medical equipment, new

06-01-13

E1399 RR

Durable medical equipment, rental

06-01-13

E1399 RB
T2029

Durable medical equipment, repair


Assistive technology/Supplies and
equip., extended

06-01-13

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


Service
Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

408 - Adult outpatient diagnostic


assessment/psychological testing
T2011
PASRR Level II Screening
X5632
MH preadmission screening
X5639
PAS/ARR MH diag asses Masters
X5640
PAS/ARR MH diag asses PhD
431 - Adult mobile crisis services
Community intervention, crisis
90882 HK
response
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind.
S9484
by professional
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind.
S9484 HN
by practitioner
Crisis assessment, intervention and
stabilization, non-residential, ind.
S9484 HM
by rehab. worker
Crisis assessment, intervention and
S9484 HQ
stabilization, non-residential, group
436 - Adult residential crisis stabilization
H0018
Crisis stabilization, residential
446 - Basic living/social skills and community
intervention
90882
Community intervention, indiv.
Community intervention, indiv. by
90882 HM
rehab worker
Community intervention, indiv.,
90882 HM UD transitional by rehab worker
Community intervention, indiv.,
90882 UD
transitional
H2017
Psychosocial rehab., indiv.
Psychosocial rehab., indiv. by rehab
H2017 HM
worker
H2017 HM
Psychosocial rehab., group by
HQ
rehab worker
H2017 HM
Psychosocial rehab., group,
HQ UD
transitional by rehab worker
H2017 HM
Psychosocial rehab., indiv.,
UD
transitional by rehab worker
H2017 HQ
Psychosocial rehab., group

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Date

End
Date

09-01-12
01-01-00
01-01-00
01-01-00
01-01-10
01-01-10
01-01-10

01-01-10

01-01-10
01-01-10
01-01-04

01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-06

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


Service
Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

H2017 HQ
UD

Psychosocial rehab., group,


transitional
Psychosocial rehab., indiv.,
H2017 UD
transitional
469 - Partial hospitalization
H0035
Partial hospitalization
474 - Adult residential treatment
Intensive Residential Rehab.
H0019
Treatment (IRT)
541 - Env. accessibility adaptations, spec. supplies &
equip.

Start
Date
01-01-06
01-01-06
01-01-04
07-01-04

E1399 NU

Durable medical equipment, new

06-01-13

E1399 RR

Durable medical equipment, rental

06-01-13

E1399 RB
T2029

Durable medical equipment, repair


Assistive technology/Supplies and
equip., extended
618 - Health-related services
G0154
Direct skilled nursing services - LPN
or RN - home
S9128 UC
Extended speech therapy
S9129 TF UC
Extended occupational therapy
assistant
S9129 UC
Extended occupational therapy
S9131 TF UC
Extended physical therapy assistant
S9131 UC
Extended physical therapy
T1002
RN, regular
T1002 TG
RN, complex
T1002 TG UC RN, complex, extended
T1002 TT
RN, regular 1:2
T1002 TT UC
RN, regular, extended 1:2
T1002 UC
RN, regular, extended 1:1
T1003
LPN, regular
T1003 TG
LPN, complex
T1003 TG UC LPN, complex, extended
T1003 TT
LPN, regular 1:2
T1003 TT UC
LPN, regular, extended 1:2
T1003 UC
LPN, regular, extended 1:1
T1030
Home health skilled nurse
T1030 GT
Home health telehomecare

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Date

06-01-13
10/01/06

11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
11/01/04
10/01/06
11/01/04

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Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


Service
Service

HCPCS /
Modifiers

Description

624 - Home-based support services


T1004
Home health aide-extended home
health aide
T1021
Home health aide visit
636 - Consumer Support Grant
T2025
Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
Family Support Grant (FSG) with
T2025 UD
CSG
641 - Env. accessibility adaptations, spec. supplies &
equip.
E1399
Durable medical equipment

Start
Date

End
Date

07-01-09
11-01-04
06-01-06
06-01-06

11-01-04

E1399 NU

Durable medical equipment, new

06-01-13

E1399 RR

Durable medical equipment, rental

06-01-13

E1399 RB
T2029

Durable medical equipment, repair


Assistive technology-Supplies and
equip., extended

06-01-13

05-31-13

10-01-06

Table 2-29: Non-automated HCPCS/Modifiers Available on Payments by


Service

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2.2

Use Cases

Figure 2-1 shows the use cases identified for Healthcare Claiming.
Create and
Subm it Claim s

Subm it
Replacem ent
Claim s

Resubm it a
Claim
Claim s
Creator
Search for
Claim s

Track
Claim s

Figure 2-1 Healthcare Claiming Use Cases

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2.2.1

Create and Submit Claims

Use Case
Use Case #
Purpose
Description

Healthcare Claiming
Create and Submit Claims
1
Create claims for one or more types of claimable services.
Precondition:
Post-condition:
Applicable Time records and Payments have been updated
with a link to the claim record.
Claim records have been submitted to MMIS/MN-ITS.

Related Use Cases


Actors & Type(primary/secondary)
Claims Creator (Primary), SSIS Worker
Actor Actions
1. Select Claiming Proofing and Error
Reports.
2. Select one or more types of claim
categories to include on the report.

3. Enter filtering and sorting options.


4. Run Report
5. Correct errors based on report.
(If correcting Time records or
eligibility records, actor may be
social worker or case aide.
Corrections may be required in
MMIS rather than SSIS.)
6. If there are records that will not be
changed and should not be
displayed on future error reports:
Select the Record and select
Remove from report.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 until
errors are corrected
8. Select Create and Submit Claims.

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User (secondary)
System Response
1. Display claim categories selection
screen.
2. Display list of available reports for
selected claim categories and filtering
and sorting options.
Default date selection to include
unclaimed items from the 12 calendar
months prior to the claim date.
3.
4. Display reports based on selection
criteria.
5.

6. Update record so that future reports do


not display the same error.

7.
8. Create Claim Records for those records
that meet the criteria and do not have
errors using the same criteria used in the
error reports.
Update Time records and Payments with
ID of the claim record.
Create EDI transaction file and send to
the countys MN-ITS mailbox.

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Alternative Courses
5a. Select Print. System sends report to the printer.
5b. Export to a file rather than the printer.
Exception Conditions
Notes
6. Marking the record only removes it from the error report. If the record or criteria
causing the error changes, and the record becomes claimable, system will include
on the proofing report and create a claim for that record.
8. Actor may choose to submit the claims at a later time. If this is the case, the
actor does not need to rerun the reports.

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2.2.2

Resubmit a Claim
Healthcare Claiming

Use Case

Resubmit a Claim

Use Case #

Purpose

Re-submit a claim that was totally denied after resolving the issues
around the denial.

Description

Precondition: Claim has been denied.


Post-condition: Applicable Time records and Payment records will be
updated with a link to the claim record that is created. A new claim is
created and submitted.

Related Use Cases

Search for Claims

Actors & Type(primary/secondary)


Claims Creator (Primary), SSIS Worker User (secondary)
Actor Actions

System Response

1. Select original denied claim to be


resubmitted.

1. Display Claim information

2. Select Resubmit Claim Proofing &


Potential Errors Report

2. Poll Time records, eligibility, and Payments


for new and changed information pertinent to
the claim. (Includes records previously
claimed as well as new records).
Display report results.

3. Correct errors based on report.


(If correcting Time records or eligibility
records, actor may be social worker or
case aide.)

3.

4. If there are records that will not be


4. Update record so that future reports do not
changed and should not be displayed on
display the same error.
future error reports: Select the Record and
select Remove from report.
5. Repeat steps 2 through 5 until errors are
corrected

5.

6. Select Create Claim Resubmission

6. Generate new claim record based on above


data.
Create EDI transaction file and send to the
countys MN-ITS mailbox.

Alternative Courses
1. Select multiple claims to be replaced.
Exception Conditions
Notes
3. Claims that have been denied may require corrections not only to the claim, but to the
eligibility information or MMIS

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2.2.3

Search for Claims


Healthcare Claiming

Use Case

Search for Claims

Use Case #

Purpose

Search submitted claims for a particular claim or claims.

Description

Precondition:
Post-condition:

Related Use Cases


Actors & Type(primary/secondary)
Claims Creator (Primary)
Actor Actions

System Response

1. Select Claim Search.

1. Display search criteria screen.

2. Select parameters, filters, and sort order

2.

3. Select Start Search

3. Display Claim records based on search


criteria.

4. Select a Claim record.

4. Display Claim detail record.

Alternative Courses
2-3.

Change parameters/options and rerun the search.

Exception Conditions
Notes

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2.2.4

Track Claims
Healthcare Claiming

Use Case

Track Claims

Use Case #

Purpose

Monitor claims, reconcile Remittance Advice

Description

Precondition:
Post-condition:

Related Use Cases

Search for Claims

Actors & Type(primary/secondary)


Claims Creator (Primary)
Actor Actions

System Response

1. Select parameters, filters and sort options. 1. Display Claims information based on selection
2. Select print report.

2. Send list to printer

Alternative Courses
2-3.

Change parameters/options and rerun the search.

Exception Conditions
Notes
To be determined during the design process whether these are Tools General Reports or
detailed e-grids with sub-reports, etc., or a combination of these.

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2.3

File Input/Output

The Healthcare Claiming module exchanges files with MN-ITS. The SSIS/MMIS Data
Interchange Specification describes these files. A summary of the files are listed
below.
The claims generation process creates HIPAA compliant EDI claims transaction files.
These files are submitted using secure FTP to transfer the files to the countys MNITS mailbox. The MN-ITS system then translates the claims and transfers them to
the MMIS system for processing.
The MN-ITS system responds to claims transaction files with acknowledgement
response files. The files identify the claims that were received and could be
translated and sent on to MMIS. If MN-ITS cannot read a claim, that is indicated in
the acknowledgement response.
MN-ITS sends the countys Remittance Advice to the countys MN-ITS mailbox using
a HIPAA compliant transaction. Remittance Advice files are sent to the county every
2 weeks as part of the MMIS warrant cycle. The Remittance Advice indicates which
claims have been paid as part of the warrant and the amount paid on each claim.
MMIS sends claims status files to the countys MN-ITS mailbox using an ASCII flat
file. These files are not EDI transactions, but are accessed using secure FTP. The
claim status file is created nightly for claims that have been processed since the last
cycle. Depending on the frequency of the individual countys claiming cycle, this file
will only have data a few days per month.

2.4

Reports

Each claim category requires proofing reports to identify possible errors in data
before a claim is submitted. Once submitted, information about the claims must be
available in a report format. Wherever possible, the Healthcare Claiming module
uses grid style reports that can be customized by the user and viewed online or
printed.

2.5

Security

A new security function, Create Health Care Claims, is required to limit the ability to
create and submit healthcare claims.
The Manage Claims security function is used to change the Batch Owner on a
Claim Batch.

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SECTION THREE: NON-FUNCTIONAL


REQUIREMENTS
3.0

Introduction

This section describes the non-functional requirements for Healthcare Claiming.


Non-functional requirements refer to product requirements for aspects other than
functionality, for example, adherence to standards.
Refer to the SSIS Fiscal System Specification for non-functional requirements that
affect the entire application.

3.1

Performance

Proofing, claims submission, and generation of reports must be available on demand.


Performance of these functions must be weighed against the impact to other
workers, so as not to negatively affect other workers and still allow these functions
to be completed during regular business hours.

3.2

Reliability

The Healthcare Claiming module must accurately generate claim records in the ANSI
X.12 EDI format. This includes the assignment of HCPCS codes and modifiers to
claim records for Time records. The system must also accurately link Time records
and Payments to claim records.
The Healthcare Claiming module must provide the ability to recover and resend claim
batches. In addition, the system must process all EDI acknowledgement
transactions (transaction 999), and reconcile each submitted claim with the
acknowledgement record.
Errors that occur transmitting and reconciling claims must be detected and logged.
A mechanism to automatically report these errors to the SSIS Help Desk must be
implemented.

3.3

Availability

The ability to run claim proofing reports to prepare for claims submission and to
submit claims to the countys MN-ITS mailbox must be available during normal
business hours.
Healthcare claims must be sent to the countys MN-ITS mailbox at the time the user
requests the submission. Claim batches are processed by the MN-ITS as that system
has available resources, giving preference to its interactive system. Immediate
submission of a claim batch allows the county and SSIS support staff to respond to
connectivity and transmission errors in a timely manner.
The inability to transmit claims for more than 1 day would significantly affect county
workflow. Errors that occur during transmission must be detected and logged. A
mechanism to automatically report these errors to the SSIS Help Desk must be
implemented.

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3.4

Reuse

Each claim category has its unique set of claiming requirements and business rules.
However, there are many similarities between claim categories. In addition, each
category uses similar proofing reports. A claiming and reporting engine that can be
utilized by all claim categories and that provides a simple method of adding claim
categories, and changing business rules is required. However, business rules for
each type of claim can be unique and additional programming may be required to
implement new claim category or new business rules

3.5

Industry Standards

The Healthcare Claiming module uses the following standards: secure FTP (File
Transfer Protocol), ANSI X.12, and HIPAA compliant EDI transactions for Claims
Submission (EDI transaction 837), and Remittance Advice (EDI transaction 835)

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SECTION FOUR: EXCEPTION CONDITIONS AND


ERROR HANDLING
4.0

Introduction

This section describes requirements for detecting, handling, and logging of


exceptions and errors for Healthcare Claiming.
Refer to the SSIS Fiscal System Specification for details about exception handling
that affect the entire application.

4.1

Data Exchange Incomplete/Incorrect Data

Error handling during the interchange of data between SSIS and the Countys MNITS mailbox must log errors and provide a mechanism to notify county staff of the
problem to take corrective action or to notify SSIS Fiscal Staff or Operations.
This will be documented in detail in the SSIS/MMIS Data Interchange Specification.

4.2

File Read/Write

Errors that occur translating or submitting EDI files or Claim Status ASCII files must
be detected and logged. This will be documented in detail in the SSIS/MMIS Data
Interchange Specification.

4.3

Network

Network errors, such as connectivity issues, must be logged. This will be


documented in detail in the SSIS/MMIS Data Interchange Specification.

4.4

Data Exchange Errors

Data exchange errors and invalid data received must be detected and logged. This
will be documented in detail in the SSIS/MMIS Data Interchange Specification.

4.5

Incorrect Data

Incorrect data on individual claims sent to MMIS is handled in MMIS by denial of the
claim. Denied claim information is processed in the Claim Status file. Denial status
and reason codes must be posted with claim. County staff must determine if data
was incorrectly entered into SSIS and/or MMIS. If either is the case, county staff
require the ability to resubmit a claim after correcting the information. This process
is covered in Section 2.2.2, Resubmit a Claim, on page 108.

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SECTION FIVE: SUPPORTABILITY AND


USABILITY
5.0

Introduction

This Section describes the supportability, usability, and installability requirements for
the Healthcare Claiming module.
Refer to the SSIS Fiscal System Specification for supportability, usability, and
installability requirements that affect the entire application. Additional requirements
for the Healthcare Claiming module are listed below.

5.1

Installability

Updates to the claiming business rules must be possible without a new release of the
application.

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SECTION SIX: DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATING


ENVIRONMENTS
6.0

Introduction

This section describes the development and operations environments, and


executable software packaging for the Healthcare Claiming module.
See the System Specification for the SSIS Fiscal Application for detailed information
about the development and operating environments.

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SECTION SEVEN: SYSTEM INTERFACES


7.0

Introduction

This section describes the external and internal interfaces for Healthcare Claiming.
Healthcare claims are submitted to MMIS as part of an EDI transactions containing
one Claim Batch. MMIS processes the EDI transaction and sends a confirmation of
receipt for each claim processed in the batch. MMIS processes the claims and sends
a nightly Claim Status file to each countys MN-ITS mailbox. MMIS also sends a biweekly Remittance Advice in EDI format to the same mailbox. The receipt
confirmation, claim status and remittance advice are processed by A SSIS DEX
processes, which update the claim in SSIS with the information received from MMIS.
See the SSIS/MMIS Data Interchange Specification for details on these interfaces.

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RELATED DOCUMENTS
The following documents are related to this software specification:

SSIS Fiscal System Specification

MA & Waivered Program Eligibility Software Specification

SSIS/MMIS Data Interchange Specification

CW-TCM CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES


(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\CW-TCM Rules.doc)

LTCC CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES


(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\LTCC Rules.doc)

MH-TCM CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES


(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\MH-TCM Rules.doc)

MENTAL HEALTH RULE 5 CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES

RSC-TCM CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES

(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\MH R5 Rules.doc)


(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\RSC rules.doc)

VA/DD-TCM CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES

WAIVER CLAIMING BUSINESS RULES

(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\VADD rules.doc)


(M:\Everyone\SSIS Fiscal\Claiming\Claiming Rules\Waiver rules.doc)

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GLOSSARY
Term

Definition

AC

Alternative Care. The program is for people aged 65 and


over whose care needs would otherwise require the level of
services provided by a nursing facility. Similar to Elderly
Waiver, but with a different funding source.

ACCUMULATED
CLAIM

Time records and Payments with the same client, same


service, same date, and the same provider number are
accumulated into one claim line.

ACTIVITY

Used in time reporting when a Sub-Program and BRASS


Service are selected. The selection of a service activity
more fully defines the services provided to the client.

Batch Owner

The Claims Creator currently assigned to the batch.

Billable Contact
Date

The Date on the Time record that triggered the claim,


which is one of the following:

Billable Diagnosis
Code

The date of the earliest valid face-to-face contact for


the month

Or the date of the earliest valid phone contact for the


month if no face-to-face contacts exist for the month

An ICD-9 diagnosis code that MMIS will accept on a claim.


MMIS maintains a table of valid diagnosis codes, which
identifies the diagnoses that can be included on a claim.
SSIS has a similar table and receives updates from MMIS as
changes are made.

BI Waiver

Brain Injury Waiver (formerly Traumatic Brain Injury


Waiver). The program is currently available under MA are
for individuals who are under age 65 at the time of
enrollment and who have a diagnosed disability and/or
acquired brain injury who would otherwise need nursing
facility or neurobehavioral hospital level of care.

BRASS SERVICE

See Service.

CAC WAIVER

Community Alternative Care Waiver. Home and


community-based services necessary as an alternative to
institutionalization that promote the optimal health,
independence, safety and integration of a person (under age
65) who is chronically ill or medically fragile and who would
otherwise require the level of care provided in a hospital.

CADI WAIVER

Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals Waiver.


Home and community-based services necessary as an
alternative to institutionalization that promote optimal
health, independence, safety and integration of a person
(under age 65) who would otherwise require the level of
care provided in a nursing facility.

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Term

Definition

CBP

County Based Purchasing refers to a group of counties who


are operating as a managed care organization

CLAIM

Healthcare claim. The detailed itemization of services


submitted for reimbursement through Medical Assistance
(Medicaid; MA).

CLAIM BATCH

A SSIS Claim Batch contains a group of claims that the user


proofs and submits to MMIS as a group. Each batch is for
one claim category. A claim batch is identified by a Claim
Batch # (unique ID number).

Claim Category

A claim program area that is part of the SSIS Healthcare


Claiming module. Current Claim Categories are listed
below:

CW-TCM
MH-TCM
LTCC
RSC-TCM
Rule 5
VA/DD-TCM
Waiver and AC

Claims Creator

A user with the Create Health Care Claims security


function.

Claiming Manager

A user with the Manage Claims security function.

CLAIM REBILL (aka


Resubmit)

An original claim to MMIS II has been denied and it is


necessary to create a new original claim for Payment. This
claim has no identifiers that directly connect or relate it to
the original claim.

CLIENT

Person receiving social services from the county.

CMS-1500

A standard Health Insurance Claim Form used to claim MA


reimbursement through MMIS. Previously known as HCFA1500.

(HCFA-1500)
CPT

Current Procedural Terminology code is a nationally


standardized procedure code as determined by the
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
implementing HIPAA standards. Also see HCPCS; Procedure
Code.

CSIS

Community Services Information System. County social


services computer system maintained by DHS and used by
77 Minnesota counties before implementation of SSIS.

CW-TCM

Child Welfare Targeted Case Management. Counties and


individual county providers can receive Medical Assistance
reimbursement (MA) for providing Child Welfare Targeted
Case Management services to children who are receiving MA.

DD SCREENING

Developmental Disabilities screening document.

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Term

Definition

DD WAIVER

Developmental Disabilities Waiver. This waiver program is


currently available under MA for individuals who are under
age 65 at the time of enrollment and who have a diagnosed
disability of mental retardation or a related condition.

DIAGNOSIS CODE

Clinical diagnosis of a medical condition according to the


International Classification of Diseases Code Manual 9th
Edition (ICD-9-CM).

DISABILITY

Physical, mental or emotional characteristics which may


require treatment and which may impair a persons
functioning or may require special equipment or adaptations
to permit full function and/or development.

DSM-IV

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th


Edition. American Psychiatric Associations official manual of
mental disorders. Manual contains a glossary of descriptions
of the diagnosis categories.

DT&H

Day Training & Habilitation.

EDI

Electronic Data Interchange. Electronic transfer of data.


Specific formats are required by HIPAA for claim
transactions.

EW

Elderly Waiver. The program is for people aged 65 and over,


living in the community, whose care needs would otherwise
require the level of services provided by a nursing facility.

Exclusion

An Exclusion is a record linked to a Time record or Payment


that is used to exclude the record from the proofing and
generate processes. Healthcare Claiming only considers
Exclusions where the "Exclude From" (EXCL_MODULE_CD) is
"Healthcare Claiming."

EXTRACTED MMIS
II ELIGIBILITY
INFORMATION

County client eligibility information extracted nightly from


the Data Warehouse, which gets its data from MMIS. This
includes Recipient Eligibility spans, Service Agreements, DD
Screenings, and LTC Screenings. The recipient eligibility
spans contain information about the major program,
eligibility type, waiver type, living arrangement, PPHP &
DT&H.

HCPCS

Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System. This is a 5character code which identifies Medical Assistance (MA)
reimbursable services. The 5-character code is made up of
one alphabetic character followed by four numeric digits.
Also see Procedure Code.

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Term

Definition

HIPAA

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.


Law passed by congress in 1996 to improve the portability
and continuity of health insurance coverage, enhance the
quality and efficiency of health insurance by standardizing
electronic data interchanges between healthcare
organizations, protect the security, privacy and availability of
individual health information and combat waste, fraud and
abuse in health insurance and healthcare delivery.

ICD

International Classification of Diseases. A recognized


manual of diagnoses of diseases. Also see Diagnosis Code.

ICF

Intermediate Care Facility. A facility certified by the State


Department of Health to provide, on a regular basis, healthrelated services to individuals who do not require hospital or
skilled nursing facility care, but whose mental or physical
condition require services above the level of room and
board.

ICD-9

The ninth edition of the International Classification of


Diseases manual. Also shown as ICD-9-CM.

ICF/DD

Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental


Disabilities. A facility certified by the State Department of
Health to provide health and rehabilitative services for
mentally retarded individuals or persons with related
conditions who require active treatment.

IMD

Institution for Mental Disease. A hospital, nursing facility, or


other institution of more than 16 beds, that is primarily
engaged in providing diagnosis, treatment, or care of
persons with mental diseases, including medical attention,
nursing care and related services. This definition includes
chemical dependency treatment facilities with more than 16
beds.

LTC SCREENING

Long Term Care screening document.

LTCC

Long-Term Care Consultation Services (formerly


Preadmission Screening) includes a variety of services
designed to help people make decisions about long-term
care.

MA ELIGIBILITY

Client eligibility for services provided through the Medical


Assistance program.

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Term

Definition

MA Funded Facility

Some claim categories have edits that apply only when the
client is in a MA Funded Facility.
The following Living Arrangements are MA funded facilities

41

Nursing Facility I - Medicare certified

42

Nursing Facility II - Non-Medicare certified

43

ICF/DD - Public or private

44

NF I - Short term stay <30 days

45

NF II - Short term stay <30 days

46

ICF/DD - Short term stay <30 days

48

Medical hospital >30 days

53

Private psychiatric inpatient hospital IMD

58

RTC - CD psychiatric inpatient hospital - IMD

MEDICAL
ASSISTANCE

Also know as MA or Medicaid. The Title XIX program that


assists clients who receive healthcare services, based on
client income and assets. Not to be confused with Medicare
(Title XVIII) which is based on client age.

MH-TCM

Mental Health Targeted Case Management.

MMIS

Medicaid Management Information System. The DHS


system that processes MA claims for reimbursement. Also
known as MMIS II.

MMIS PROVIDER
NUMBER

Service provider number assigned by MMIS. It identifies the


county or other entity that provides healthcare services and
submits reimbursement claims to MMIS. Sometimes called
Pay-to Provider Number.

MN-ITS

The MMIS processing system that allows manual entry of MA


reimbursement claims information and submission of that
information to MMIS for claims processing. Counties can use
MN-ITS to enter and submit claims that are not
automatically created in SSIS.

MODIFIER

Certain HCPCS codes require one or more two-digit


modifiers entered after the procedure code. These modifiers
more fully describe the services performed so that accurate
Payment can be determined.

NPI

National Provider Identifier - a ten digit number

NPI / UMPI

The providers NPI or UMPI, whichever is assigned to them.


Refer to: NPI; UMPI.

PATIENT ACCOUNT
NUMBER

A county agencys reference number for a client. Previously


used in claims to allow sorting of the MMIS Remittance
Advice.
In SSIS Fiscal this field is used to store the system assigned
Claim ID in order to return claim status and Payment
information back to the claim.

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PAY-TO PROVIDER

The service provider who receives MA claim reimbursement


from MMIS.

PAYMENT

Reimbursement from county social services to a vendor who


has provided contracted services to clients.

PLACE OF SERVICE

An item in a reimbursement claim that indicates where the


services were provided. Place of Service is derived from the
SSIS Location in Time records and Payments.

PMI

Person Master Index. System assigned unique identifier


assigned to a person within the MAXIS system. Within the
MMIS system this is referred to as Recipient ID (RID).

PRIOR
AUTHORIZATION
NUMBER

Same as the service agreement number assigned by MMIS


for a client. This number is the unique identifier for
providing authorization for a service, prior to the service
being delivered.

PROCEDURE CODE

Also called HCPCS code or CPT code. Five- character code


that identifies services reimbursed by Medical Assistance
(MA).

PROVIDER

Internal or external giver of a service.

REBILL CLAIM

See Claim Rebill. Also called Claim Resubmission.

RECIPIENT ID
(RID)

The unique system assigned client identifier used by MMIS.


Also known as PMI.

REMITTANCE
ADVICE

A MMIS report that is sent to the county every 2 weeks as


part of the MMIS warrant cycle. The Remittance Advice
indicates which claims have been paid as part of the warrant
and the amount paid on each claim.

RSC-TCM

Relocation Service Coordination Targeted Case


Management. An MA benefit designed to assist recipients
with transition from institutions to the community.

RTC

Regional Treatment Center. State institution as defined in


Minnesota Statutes, section 245.0312. A state operated
institutional facility providing 24-hour a day care and
treatment for persons diagnosed as mentally retarded,
mentally ill, or chemically dependent.

RULE 5

Child Residential Treatment Facility. A residential treatment


program for children with severe emotional disturbance.

RULE 36

Residential Facilities for Adult Persons with Mental Illness.


Licensed facility for the treatment of mental health providing
residential treatment and rehabilitation services to adults
with mental illness on a 24-hour per day basis.

Screening
Diagnosis Code

Indicates the diagnosis code for a claim comes from a DD


Screening or a LTC Screening

SED

Serious Emotional Disturbance (Child).

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Definition

SERVICE

Refers to the BRASS Service.


The classification structure for social services which relates
to the functions of planning, budgeting, reporting and
accounting for social services. Also known as Service Code.
A BRASS Service Code is a 3 digit number assigned by the
BRASS committee. The first position of the BRASS Service
is always the BRASS Program Number.

Service Dates

Service Date on a Time record is the Date on the Time


record.
Service Dates on a Payment are the Service Start Date
through the Service End Date.

SPAN

Inclusive period of time used to reference a person's period


of eligibility for certain MA programs. (Inclusive means that
both the start date and the end date are considered eligible
dates.)

SPMI

Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (Adult).

SSIS Diagnosis
Code

Indicates the diagnoses for a claim come from values


entered in SSIS

SUPPLEMENTAL
ELIGIBILITY

Client eligibility information entered directly into SSIS and


used in claims processing. This is eligibility information in
addition to what is in MMIS.

TBI WAIVER

See BI Waiver

TCM

Targeted Case Management. Billable case management


services provided to a client to better meet their needs. The
services are available within specific target populations.

TCN

Transaction Control Number (17 digits) assigned by MMIS to


a claim. Also called Payer Claim Number.

TEFRA

Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982. The TEFRA


option provides MA eligibility to some disabled children who
live with their families. Unlike the waivered services
described in this chapter, TEFRA does not provide any
additional MA covered services. It provides for the waiver of
parental deeming requirements. Excludes certain parental
income and assets from being considered available for the
childs treatment and care. TEFRA eligibility is a determining
factor in claiming CW-TCM.

THIRD PARTY
LIABILITY (TPL)

Payment resources available from both private and public


health insurance and other liable third parties that can be
applied toward a recipient's/enrollee's healthcare expenses.
MMIS requires that a claim be submitted for reimbursement
to this third party prior to submitting a claim to MMIS for MA
reimbursement.

TIME RECORD

A record of county staff time for specific service and activity


provided by a worker.

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UMPI

Unique Minnesota Provider Identifier - atypical provider


number assigned by MMIS to counties in lieu of an NPI. A
10 character value starting with a letter, followed by 9
digits.

VA/DD-TCM

Vulnerable Adults/Developmental Disabilities-Targeted Case


Management. Case management services provided to
vulnerable adults and developmentally disabled persons to
assist MA eligible persons gain access to needed medical,
social, educational and other services.

VENDOR

Provider of service to which Payment will be made.


Contracted provider of purchased services.

Waiver/AC
Recipient

Some claim categories exclude clients who are Waiver or AC


recipients.
The following conditions must be met for a client to be
considered a Waiver Recipient:
1. Client has a Waiver span
2. The Service Dates are within the Waiver Start Date
(DI_ELIG_WAIVER.WAIVER_START_DT) and the Waiver
End Date (DI_ELIG_WAIVER.WAIVER_THRU_DT).
AC clients are also excluded from these claim categories
based on the list of valid Major Programs for those
categories, which does not include AC.

WAIVERED
SERVICES

Services, equipment, and various other items not covered by


regular MA that can be covered based on the persons
disability or related condition, typically for the purpose of
assisting the person to remain in a non-institutional setting.
Waiver refers to waiving of MA rules to allow MA
reimbursement for the services.

WAIVER TYPE

A MMIS data item that identifies the waiver service program


for which a client is eligible. Waiver type is also broadly
used to refer to any of the waiver eligibility programs.
Waiver Types include: CAC, CADI, EW, DD, & BI.

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